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Most scientific articles address particular questions which are part of larger questions. The part-whole relationship varies.
Reduction in CS: A (Mostly) Quantitative Analysis of Reductive Solutions to Algorithmic Problems
Article No.: 11
Reduction is a problem-solving strategy, relevant to various areas of computer science, and strongly connected to abstraction: a reductive solution necessitates establishing a connection among problems that may seem totally disconnected at first...
In this article we explore a problematic aspect of automated assessment of diagrams. Diagrams have partial and sometimes inconsistent semantics. Typically much of the meaning of a diagram resides in the labels; however, the choice of labeling is...