Evaluation- do we transfer lessons learnt?: Ian Sesnan
The Basics of Project Evaluation and Lessons Learned: Willis H. Thomas
CLIL Implementation in Mathematics Lessons:research evaluation Marek sulista
Thorough and continuous architecting is the key to overall success in software engineering, and architecture evaluation is a crucial part of it. This book presents a pragmatic architecture evaluation approach and insights gained from its application in more than 75 projects with industrial customers in the past decade. It presents context factors, empirical data, and example cases, as well as lessons learned on mitigating the risk of change through architecture evaluation. By providing comprehensive answers to more than 100 typical questions and discussing more than 60 frequent mistakes and lessons learned, the book allows readers to not only learn how to conduct architecture evaluations and interpret its results, but also to become aware of risks such as false conclusions, manipulating data, and unsound lines of argument. It equips readers to become confident in assessing quantitative measurement results and recognize when it is better to rely on qualitative expertise. The target readership includes both practitioners and researchers. By demonstrating its impact and providing clear guidelines, data, and examples, it encourages practitioners to conduct architecture evaluations. At the same time, it offers researchers insights into industrial architecture evaluations, which serve as the basis for guiding research in this area and will inspire future research directions.
EVALUATION AND POLICYMAKING IN EDUCATION:LESSONS FROM AN ARGENTINE EXPERIENCE Florencia Carlino
The Evaluation of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities:Lessons from the Italian Experience
Information Retrieval Evaluation in a Changing World:Lessons Learned from 20 Years of CLEF
The Evaluation of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities:Lessons from the Italian Experience. 1st ed. 2018
This book evaluates in comparative terms, the UK and Nigerian laws relating to the concept of corporate majority rule, as established in the Foss v Harbottle decision and the right of the minority shareholders of a company to have their interests protected from majority oppression. The key shareholder remedies of derivative claims and unfair prejudice or oppression are comparatively discussed, with lessons drawn from the highlights of the similarities and differences in both remedies under the CA 2006 and CAMA 2004, with a view to making a case for reforms.