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General Vision

“Reflection-in-Action*” (Schön, Drake, Miller, 1984) carries subtle meanings. An iterative response to situations and the ability to adjust to changing circumstances are important in studies of various sorts. What one does in scholarly and other effort reflects on all aspects of professional life and on the institutions one represents. Traditional and non-traditional, funded and non-funded, research projects form a context, within which to make such adjustment, for this portfolio of projects.

Despite evident differences among the projects, the context illustrates the importance of connections!

*Schön, Drake, Miller: “Social Experimentation as Reflection-in-Action” Published originally in Knowledge: Creation, Diffusion, Utilization. Vol. 6, No. 1. September, 1984, Sage Publications

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Mathematics ProjectsSearches conducted online using “arlinghaus” as search termSome links require a University of Michigan account to enter MathSciNet (or some other way to enter that passworded database).

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ESRI’s ArcMap database shows 126,166 features in the cemetery layer (gold) and 4303 features in the golf course layer (green).