Mad Dogs & Englishmen – Noel CowardVisible Narratives: Understanding Visual OrganizationA useful and cheap way to measure how a program spends its time is to count how many times each statement is executed. The resulting set of counts is called the program’s "profile” (a term first used by D. E. Knuth in an article in Software Practice and Experience, April, 1971). Some enlightened computer centers make available a "profiler” … (Page 136)The breakdown of the word "nationalism” in Chinese divides into: ?? or "ethnic group” and ?? or "philosophy/creed/belief” or just simply "ism”. Chinese nationalist roots come from two dominant, yet different sphere’s of influence: Confucianism or ??(Kong jiao) and Patriotism ???? (ai guo zhu yi)-literally translated as "love country-ism”.