20140721

1. 프로젝트 미팅이 있었음.
논문을 정리해갔으나, 필요없었다! 읽어야 할 논문이 한 편 추가되었다. 교수님께서 주신 논문 내용을 대강 파악함.


2. 새내기 세미나 준비 ([NSDI’13] Effective Straggler Mitigation Attack of the Clones)
발표자 슬라이드를 다운받아 보려고 했음. 준기 형이 발표자 슬라이드를 보지 않고 준비하는 것이 더 도움된다고 하셔서 발표자 슬라이드를 보지 않음. (https://www.usenix.org/conference/nsdi13/technical-sessions/presentation/ananthanarayanan)


3. 영어 기사 읽기
1) U.S. Presses Case Against Russia On Downed Jet, Reuters
– U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry laid out what he called overwhelming evidence of Russian complicity in the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 as international horror deepened over the fate of the victims’ remains. (lay something out – 제시하다, Complicity – 공모)
– Kerry demanded that Moscow take responsibility for actions of pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine whom Washington suspects of downing the jet with a missile, and expressed disgust at their “grotesque” mishandling of the bodies. (down – 격추시키다)

2) Snowden Wants To Create Anti-Surveillance Technologies, Reuters
– Edward Snowden, a former U.S. spy agency contractor who leaked details of major U.S. surveillance programs, called on supporters at a hacking conference to spur development of easy-to-use technologies to subvert government surveillance programs around the globe. (call on – 촉구하다, spur – 박차를 가하다, subvert – 전복시키다)
– At the HOPE hacking conference, several talks detailed approaches for thwarting government surveillance, including a system known as SecureDrop that is designed to allow people to anonymously leak documents to journalists. (thwart – 좌절시키다)

3) Obama Raises Concerns On Growing Casualties In Call With Netanyahu, The Huffington Post
– According to the White House, Obama raised concerns about the number of casualties in recent days. (casualty – 사상자)
– Earlier Sunday, Kerry, apparently unaware that he was being recorded prior to an interview with Fox News, candidly expressed his exasperation with the growing number of casualties. (exasperation – 격분)

4) The downside of the cafe as your cubicle, BBC
– For entrepreneurs, cafes might create community and can increase productivity, but they also create distraction and inconvenience with the persistent noise of beans being ground and steamers frothing milk. (froth – 거품)

5) Early HIV drugs ‘may not stop virus’, BBC
– HIV can rapidly form invulnerable strongholds in the body, dashing hopes that early treatment might cure the virus, according to new research. (dashing hopes – 누군가를 실망시키다.)

6) We Can No Longer Unbundle Microsoft Office, TechCrunch
– 이 기사는 흥미로운 내용이라 가져옴.
– Spreadsheet risk may sound like a joke, but it’s the excuse that BoA leaned on when it restated 4 billion in earnings and in the EU there’s even an organization to clarify best practices called the European Society of Spreadsheeting.

7) How Bank of America lost billions and forgot to tell regulators, Fortune
– That is probably a coincidence, but it made the revelations even fishier. (revelation – 폭로된 사실, fishy – 수상한 냄새가 나는(비격식))
– But why are shareholders so peeved? (peeved – 짜증이 난)


4. Big과 Large의 차이
Big과 large 모두 형용사로, 서로 교환 가능한 경우가 대부분이다. 두 가지 모두 가산 명사와 쓰인다. (a large house, a big garden) 하지만 둘 다 불가산 명사와 쓸 수 없다. (traffic) Big은 영어에서 가장 많이 쓰이는 단어들 중 하나이다. Big은 important의 의미를 가지기도 한다. (The decision of starting a new business is a big decision.) 더 나이가 많음을 의미하기도 한다. (He is like a big brother.) 그 외 많은 내용이 있으나, 생략함. Large는 big보다 적게 쓰인다. Large는 양을 나타내는 단어와 함께 쓰이곤 한다. Large scale, a large number, a large amount of something, a large proportion 등.

References :
[1] Difference Between Big and Large, Difference Between.net, http://www.differencebetween.net/language/words-language/difference-between-big-and-large/


5. Related work가 논문의 앞 부분에 오는 것은 이해가 되는데, conclusion 앞에 오는 것은 이해가 되지 않는다.
왜 그럴까? Related work를 언급함으로써 표절 논란을 피하고, 어떤 것이 related work와 다른지 보여주기 위해서?

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