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TRAC Immigration

April 20, 2006

TRAC Immigration
http://trac.syr.edu/immigration/

TRAC’s Immigration Project is a unique new multi-year effort to systematically go after very detailed information from the government, check it for accuracy and completeness and then make it available in an understandable way to the American people, Congress, immigration groups and others. The project is supported by the JEHT Foundation, the Ford Foundation and Syracuse University. The most visible aspect of the project is this site, which is very much a work in progress. It now includes:

1. Separate clearly written reports on important immigration matters — administrative enforcement, criminal enforcement, staffing, etc.
2. A just-developed special TRAC tool that provides one-click access to the very latest monthly data on the criminal enforcement of the immigration laws, along with a clear explanatory text.
3. An extensive library of reports on immigration matters by the GAO, CRS and inspectors general.
4. A plain English glossary of frequently used words and acronyms common to the immigration world.

Currently available on TRAC’s Immigration site are reports focusing on Border Patrol apprehensions along the border, Border Patrol staffing, criminal enforcement in the federal district courts and government inspections activities at the designated ports of entry. Additional reports and studies are under development on a range of subjects such as the granting of immigration benefits — green cards, naturalization, affirmative asylum, etc — and the workings of the immigration courts. These reports and the latest data obtained from the government will be posted to their site as the information is obtained from the various agencies, checked for accuracy and completeness and analyzed. This has been added to Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Applied Mathematics Research eXpress (AMRX)

April 20, 2006


Applied Mathematics Research eXpress (AMRX)

Applied Mathematics Research eXpress (AMRX)
http://www.hindawi.com/journals/amrx/

AMRX provides rapid publication of articles dealing with the uses of mathematics in all other areas of knowledge usually in the form of mathematical/computational models and algorithms. Theoretical articles with promising applications are also considered.. All articles are refereed and judged primarily on their utility. Issues are published as frequently as necessary. Applied Mathematics Research eXpress is available free of charge as an Open Access journal on the Internet. Abstracts available online. Articles available in PDF format.

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Krugle – Search Engine for Developers

April 20, 2006

Krugle – Search Engine for Developers
http://www.krugle.com/

Krugle helps you find the code you need and the related technical and licensing information to evaluate and use that code. And once you’ve found what you need, Krugle lets you save it and share it. The process of searching, evaluating and communicating are dramatically faster with Krugle. Krugle was designed by programmers, for programmers. As a result, it is much more than just a search engine for code. It’s a powerful tool designed to provide the critical information software developers need. Krugle’s ability to find rich search on technical issues is perfect for any level within IT, from programmer to CIO. Unlike conventional search engines, Krugle is designed to locate code. Krugle supports code search by crawling, parsing and indexing code found in all open source repositories, as well as code that exists in archives, mailing lists, blogs, and web pages. And Krugle makes navigating code repositories easy. For example, you can quickly navigate downward (from “Apache” to “Tomcat”), or start with a single source file and then view it’s relationship to another file, to see how it’s used. This ability to interactively browse and explore code in a meaningful context provides a more informed view and reduces the time required to make good code decisions. Krugle also automatically generates API reports which clearly explain how one code component integrates with other components by showing a list of calls in a particular program. Today API documentation is a laborious process, done only after careful study of the entire code module. This has been added to Script Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This has been added to World Wide Web Reference Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Earth Tools

April 20, 2006

Earth Tools
http://www.earthtools.org/

Here’s a collection of webservices for finding out geographical-related information. There are currently three services available for finding the time zone or local time, the sunrise and sunset times, and the elevation/height above sea level at a given latitude and longitude. The site was created and maintained by Jonathan Stott. This has been added to Reference Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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TRAC Immigration

April 20, 2006

TRAC Immigration
http://trac.syr.edu/immigration/

TRAC’s Immigration Project is a unique new multi-year effort to systematically go after very detailed information from the government, check it for accuracy and completeness and then make it available in an understandable way to the American people, Congress, immigration groups and others. The project is supported by the JEHT Foundation, the Ford Foundation and Syracuse University. The most visible aspect of the project is this site, which is very much a work in progress. It now includes:

1. Separate clearly written reports on important immigration matters — administrative enforcement, criminal enforcement, staffing, etc.
2. A just-developed special TRAC tool that provides one-click access to the very latest monthly data on the criminal enforcement of the immigration laws, along with a clear explanatory text.
3. An extensive library of reports on immigration matters by the GAO, CRS and inspectors general.
4. A plain English glossary of frequently used words and acronyms common to the immigration world.

Currently available on TRAC’s Immigration site are reports focusing on Border Patrol apprehensions along the border, Border Patrol staffing, criminal enforcement in the federal district courts and government inspections activities at the designated ports of entry. Additional reports and studies are under development on a range of subjects such as the granting of immigration benefits — green cards, naturalization, affirmative asylum, etc — and the workings of the immigration courts. These reports and the latest data obtained from the government will be posted to their site as the information is obtained from the various agencies, checked for accuracy and completeness and analyzed. This has been added to Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

359 views

Applied Mathematics Research eXpress (AMRX)

April 20, 2006


Applied Mathematics Research eXpress (AMRX)

Applied Mathematics Research eXpress (AMRX)
http://www.hindawi.com/journals/amrx/

AMRX provides rapid publication of articles dealing with the uses of mathematics in all other areas of knowledge usually in the form of mathematical/computational models and algorithms. Theoretical articles with promising applications are also considered.. All articles are refereed and judged primarily on their utility. Issues are published as frequently as necessary. Applied Mathematics Research eXpress is available free of charge as an Open Access journal on the Internet. Abstracts available online. Articles available in PDF format.

332 views

Krugle – Search Engine for Developers

April 20, 2006

Krugle – Search Engine for Developers
http://www.krugle.com/

Krugle helps you find the code you need and the related technical and licensing information to evaluate and use that code. And once you’ve found what you need, Krugle lets you save it and share it. The process of searching, evaluating and communicating are dramatically faster with Krugle. Krugle was designed by programmers, for programmers. As a result, it is much more than just a search engine for code. It’s a powerful tool designed to provide the critical information software developers need. Krugle’s ability to find rich search on technical issues is perfect for any level within IT, from programmer to CIO. Unlike conventional search engines, Krugle is designed to locate code. Krugle supports code search by crawling, parsing and indexing code found in all open source repositories, as well as code that exists in archives, mailing lists, blogs, and web pages. And Krugle makes navigating code repositories easy. For example, you can quickly navigate downward (from “Apache” to “Tomcat”), or start with a single source file and then view it’s relationship to another file, to see how it’s used. This ability to interactively browse and explore code in a meaningful context provides a more informed view and reduces the time required to make good code decisions. Krugle also automatically generates API reports which clearly explain how one code component integrates with other components by showing a list of calls in a particular program. Today API documentation is a laborious process, done only after careful study of the entire code module. This has been added to Script Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This has been added to World Wide Web Reference Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

483 views

Earth Tools

April 20, 2006

Earth Tools
http://www.earthtools.org/

Here’s a collection of webservices for finding out geographical-related information. There are currently three services available for finding the time zone or local time, the sunrise and sunset times, and the elevation/height above sea level at a given latitude and longitude. The site was created and maintained by Jonathan Stott. This has been added to Reference Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Online Generators

April 19, 2006


Online Generators

Online Generators
http://uzful.org/generators_online/on_line_generators.php

An excellent resource and listing of online generators that make exellent tools for online research and related activities. This has been added to World Wide Web Reference Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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E-access Bulletin

April 19, 2006


E-Access Bulletin

E-access Bulletin
http://www.headstar.com/eab/

E-access Bulletin is a free, independent monthly e-mail newsletter on information technology issues for people with visual impairment and blindness. The Bulletin covers everything from consumer electronics to the Internet, examining design and access issues and technical developments. E-access Bulletin is produced by Headstar, an innovative new media company specialising in electronic publishing, online events and research relating to the information society. The main sponsor of the Bulletin is the Royal National Institute for the Blind, is one of the United Kingdom’s largest charities, helping all blind and partially sighted people in the UK – almost a million people. It exists to challenge the disabling effects of sight loss by providing information and practical services and products. This has been added to Accessibiity Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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