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What Methods to use to Weight Employees by Value Using Predetermined Categories

In order to determine how much value employees provide to a company, I want to build a system that goes beyond basic math in terms of sorting said employees. I'm working with values like current ...
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any hope for a universal automatic parser?

Say you are a program, and you are given some source code but you don't know in what language, it can be C++/Java/Python/Lisp/... all you know is that it is highly structured and LR(1) parse-able, and ...
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What is the name for this form of analysis? [closed]

Sorry for the vague question, but I'm trying to figure out what to call something and a more specific question title would likely require too much space. Anyway... I'm getting into ROM hacking for ...
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Partial Range Query on Inverted File with Combined Index

I am currently reading Multidimensional and Metric Data Structures by Hanan Samet for fun. The combined index is discussed on page 5-6. I do understand it in the sense that the inverted file itself is ...
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What are the rudimentary types of information connectivity i.e. model types?

I am looking at a modelling tool and are trying to determine all the types of ways that you can model (at a rudimentary level) I remember seeing a list of ways in which you can connect or categorise ...
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Fine-grained security models for XML data

Access control models are typically very coarse-grained, allowing one access to a resource (possibly with some combination of read/write/execute permission) or exclude such access. Some models of ...