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Collaborative divorce and mediated divorce are considered uncontested divorces.
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The new Collaborative Research Center, all graduate student housing, the Greenbriar building, and the Wiess President's House are located off-campus.
Collaborative project management tools ( CPMT ) are very similar to collaborative management tools ( CMT ) except that CMT may only facilitate and manage a certain group activities for a part of a bigger project or task, while CPMT covers all detailed aspects of collaboration activities and management of the overall project and its related knowledge areas.
# Collaborative activities are related to the expenditure of time between more than one employee within an organizational context.
Collaborative design techniques, such as rapid visualization and parametric modeling of restaurant kitchens are now being used to establish equipment specifications that are consistent with restaurant operating and merchandising requirements.
Groupware and other Computer Supported Collaborative Work ( CSCW ) platforms are now the stage of Network Creativity on the web or on other private networks.
Educational Collaborative Partnerships are established by mutual agreement between two or more parties to work together on projects and activities that will enhance the quality of education for students while improving skills critical to success in the workplace.
There are also three high schools which all contain independent Sixth Form facilities and working together as part of the Maghull Collaborative.
The museum ’ s project architects are Jones & Jones Architects and Landscape Architects Ltd. of Seattle and SmithGroup of Washington, D. C., in association with Lou Weller ( Caddo ), the Native American Design Collaborative, and Polshek Partnership Architects of New York City ; Ramona Sakiestewa ( Hopi ) and Donna House ( Navajo / Oneida ) also served as design consultants.
The categories are: Professional / Career Development Programs, Teaching Environment, Tenure Clarity and Process, Facilities / Workspace / Security, Work / Life Balance, Compensation / Benefits, Job Satisfaction, Respect / Appreciation, Collaborative Governance, Confidence in Senior Leadership and Supervisor or Department Chair Relationship.
Collaborative filtering algorithms often require ( 1 ) users ’ active participation, ( 2 ) an easy way to represent users ’ interests to the system, and ( 3 ) algorithms that are able to match people with similar interests.
Collaborative filters are expected to increase diversity because they help us discover new products among myriad choices.
* Cross-System Collaborative Filtering where user profiles across multiple recommender systems are combined in a privacy preserving manner.
Two mid-deck experiments are the Middeck Glovbox Payload ( MGBX ) and the Collaborative Ukrainian Experiment ( CUE ).
* EUROCORES ( European Collaborative Research scheme ) enable researchers in different European countries to develop collaboration in areas where European scale and scope are required.
Collaborative filtering methods are based on collecting and analyzing a large amount of information on users ’ behaviors, activities or preferences and predicting what users will like based on their similarity to other users.
Collaborative intelligence relates to whether prediction is defined as active, how heuristics are used, and whether analogs to developmental processes for facilitated variation enable systems to evolve non-randomly toward increased functional effectiveness.
Collaborative intelligence addresses problems where individual expertise, potentially conflicting priorities of stakeholders, and different interpretations of diverse experts are critical for problem-solving.
Collaborative scripts are used in nearly all cases of collaborative learning some of which are more suited for face-to-face collaborative learning — usually, more flexible — and others for computer-supported collaborative learning — typically, more constraining.
Collaborative mapping initiatives utilising GPS technology are arguably omniopticons, with the ability to reverse the panoptic gaze.
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* Collaborative customization-( also considered co-creation ) firms talk to individual customers to determine the precise product offering that best serves the customer's needs ( see personalized marketing and personal marketing orientation ).
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In 2006 the Authority established an Endowment Fund to Support Collaborative Marine Scientific Research on the International Seabed Area.
The development is taking place on an internet-based workspace, called iCAT ( Collaborative Authoring Tool ) Platform, somewhat similar to Wikipedia – yet it requires more structure and peer review process.
* Berserker Base: A Collaborative Novel ( 1984, with Poul Anderson, Edward Bryant, Stephen R. Donaldson, Fred Saberhagen, Connie Willis, and Roger Zelazny )
* Alan Moore and Marc Miller, eds., ABC No Rio Dinero: The Story of a Lower East Side Art Gallery ( 1985 ) ( Colab, i. e. Collaborative Projects, NY, NY )
The plan has brought about another wave of campus constructions, including the erection the newly renamed Bioscience Research Collaborative building ( intended to foster collaboration with the adjacent Texas Medical Center ), a new recreational center and renovated basketball stadium, and the addition of two new residential colleges, Duncan College and McMurtry College.
The organization relies on contributions from renowned scientists and professionals to inform its work, such as the WHO Expert Committee on Biological Standardization, the WHO Expert Committee on Leprosy, and the WHO Study Group on Interprofessional Education & Collaborative Practice.
Collaborative efforts between WHO and other agencies, such as through the Health Metrics Network, also aim to provide sufficient high-quality information to assist governmental decision making.
In 1945, Gropius founded The Architects ' Collaborative ( TAC ) based in Cambridge with a group of younger architects.
* 1957-1959 Dr. and Mrs. Carl Murchison House, Provincetown, Massachusetts, USA ( The Architects ' Collaborative )
* 1959 – 1961 Embassy of the United States, Athens, Greece ( The Architects ' Collaborative and consulting architect Pericles A. Sakellarios )
Tharp has written three books: an early autobiography, Push Comes to Shove ( 1992 ; Bantam Books ); The Creative Habit: Learn It and Use It for Life ( 2003, Simon & Schuster ), translated into Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Korean, Thai and Japanese ; “ The Collaborative Habit ” ( 2009, Simon & Schuster ), also translated into Thai, Chinese and Korean.
Collaborative practitioners offer a tightly orchestrated model with meetings scheduled in advance every two weeks, and the range of items to be discussed apportioned in advance of signing up as well as the more open ended process, the clients decide.
Collaborative software ( also referred to as groupware ) is computer software designed to help people involved in a common task achieve goals.
Collaborative software helps facilitate action-oriented teams working together over geographic distances by providing tools that aid communication, collaboration and the process of problem solving.
Called the Collaborative Virtual Workstation ( CVW ), this allowed the session to be set up in a virtual file cabinet and virtual rooms, and left as a persistent session that could be joined later.
Collaborative software helps facilitate the action-oriented team working together over geographic distances by providing tools that help communication, collaboration and the process of problem solving by providing the team with a common means for communicating ideas and brainstorming.
Collaborative software should support the individuals that make up the team and the interactions between them during the group decision making process.
Collaborative software provides areas that support multi-user editing, such as virtual whiteboards and chat or other forms of communication.