When we heard about JavaServer Faces (JSF) at the 2002 JavaOne conference,
we were very excited. Both of us had extensive experience with client-side Java
programming—David in Graphic Java™, and Cay in Core Java™, both published
by Sun Microsystems Press—and we found web programming with servlets
and JavaServer Pages (JSP) to be rather unintuitive and tedious. JSF promised
to put a friendly face in front of a web application, allowing programmers to
think about text fields and menus instead of dealing with page flips and
Certain restrictions on possible scopings of quantifiednoun phrases in natural language are usually expressed in terms of formal constraints on binding at a level of logical form. Such reliance on the form rather than the content of semantic interpretations goes against the spirit of compositionality. I will show that those scoping restrictions follow from simple and fundamental facts about functional application and abstraction, and can be expressed as constraints on the derivation of possible meanings for sentences rather than constraints of the alleged forms of those meanings. ...
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We present a novel text exploration model, which extends the scope of state-of-the-art technologies by moving from standard concept-based exploration to statement-based exploration. The proposed scheme utilizes the textual entailment relation between statements as the basis of the exploration process.
The paper presents an approach to ellipsis resolution in a framework of scope underspeciﬁcation (Underspeciﬁed Discourse Representation Theory). It is argued that the approach improves on previous proposals to integrate ellipsis resolution and scope underspeciﬁcation (Crouch, 1995; Egg et al., 2001) in that application processes like anaphora resolution do not require full disambiguation but can work directly on the underspeciﬁed representation. Furthermore it is shown that the approach presented can cope with the examples discussed by Dalrymple et al.
Purpose, object and scope of studying: Apply of q-deformed Fermi-Dirac statistics to research heat capacity and paramagnetic susceptibility of free electron gas in metals at low temperatures, formula of heat capacity and magnetic susceptibility from the free electron gas in a metal depends on q deformation
This is the first book to cover the history, structure, and application of atomic force microscopy in cell biology. Presented in the clear, well-illustrated style of the Methods in Cell Biology series, it introduces the atomic force microscope (AFM) to its readers and enables them to tap the power and scope of this technology to further their own research. A practical laboratory guide for use of the atomic force and photonic force microscopes, it provides updated technology and methods in force spectroscopy.
Op Amp Applications Handbook is another book on the operational amplifi er, or op amp. As the name
implies, it covers the application of op amps, but does so on a broader scope. Thus it would be incorrect to
assume that this book is simply a large collection of app notes on various devices, as it is far more than that.
Any IC manufacturer in existence since the 1960s has ample application data on which to draw. In this case,
however, Analog Devices, Inc. has had the benefi t of applications material with a history that goes back
beyond early IC developments to the preceding...
For several years, it has been a goal of mine to write a book on
. While there are many good architectural books in circulation,
they are either limited in scope or lack sufficient detail to be actionable.
Early in my career, I found it difficult to translate the principles of these
books into a logical flow of events that detail the purpose of the activities,
the consumers of the outputs, and finally the control mechanisms for the
enterprise. It is my intention to make these clear and easily referenced in
By quantitative seismic risk is
based on repair costs for damage and other factors to find the cost of seismic risk,
calculate the total cost by adding the initial construction costs and job search
relation to seismic forces, the objective of seismic design forces and the corresponding
design solutions can be obtained. Figure 1 illustrates the flow of the search target seismic
force design and design solutions accordingly. Details of the flow is described
"Under the right conditions and applications, evaporative air-conditioning (EAC) technologies can provide excellent cooling and ventilation with minimal energy consumption." Evaporative air-conditioning technologies are being used increasingly in residential and commercial applications worldwide. EAC technologies, which rely on water as a coolant rather than on chemical refrigerants, are economical to produce and use and have important environmental benefits.
Technology is a product of science and reflects our ability to interact with the
environment. As science developed in time and became too vast for any one person to
master, different technologies emerged, consequently, in their attempt to reach excellence.
Although originally meant to work together, for a long time technological sectors developed
independently pursuing their own goals. In the recent times, since the value of information
became predominant in all spheres of human activity inevitably the scope of one technology
overlapped with another one.
The world today is of innovation and creativity. Splashes of genius of the most obvious strike us every now and the n and make us smack our head at the sheer wonder of it. Innovation is again nothing but application of our well preserved common sense in uncommon situations to solve quite ordinary problems.
The Fuzzy Set Theory developed by L. Zadeh (Zadeh 1965) as a possible way to
handle uncertainty is particularly useful for the representation of vague expert
knowledge and processing uncertain or imprecise information. The Fuzzy Set
Theory is based on an extension of the classical meaning of the term "set" and
formulates specific logical and arithmetical operations for processing information
defined in the form of fuzzy sets and fuzzy rules.
This book provides a modern and basic introduction to a branch of international
law constantly gaining in importance in international life, namely international
humanitarian law (the law of armed conflict). It is constructed in a way suitable for
self-study. The subject matters are discussed in self-contained chapters, allowing each
to be studied independently of the others.
The emphasis of this guideline is on nongynecological cytology specimen procurement, analysis,
reporting and management. Specific microscopic criteria for interpretation are not included since
these are well described in textbooks, symposia and workshops. A detailed analysis of related
clinical topics such as patient care algorithms for follow up of abnormal nongynecological cytology
results are also beyond the scope of this document.
The Series ‘Topics in Molecular Organization and Engineering’ was initiated by
the Symposium ‘Molecules in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology’, which was held
in Paris in 1986. Appropriately dedicated to Professor Raymond Daudel, the
symposium was both broad in its scope and penetrating in its detail. The sections
of the symposium were: 1. The Concept of a Molecule; 2. Statics and Dynamics
of Isolated Molecules; 3. Molecular Interactions, Aggregates and Materials; 4.
Molecules in the Biological Sciences, and 5. Molecules in Neurobiology and So-
The privacy contract is essential to establishing an agreement between the information provider and the information recipient as to the use
of the information exchanged. The example of a business-to-business exchange of information to facilitate business processes is done under
speciﬁc conditions with agreed upon procedures and rights to use the information. Likewise, the exchange of information between a
consumer and a business needs to be governed by a similar contract that establishes rights and expectations.
Built-In Database Objects
In addition to creating the database files, several other structures are created.
Data dictionary: Contains descriptions of the objects in the database
Dynamic performance tables: Contains information used by the database administrator (DBA) to monitor and tune the database and instance
PL/SQL packages: Program units adding functionality to the database. These packages are created when the catproc.sql script is run after the CREATE DATABASE command. PL/SQL packages will not be discussed within the scope of this course.
This volume details some of the latest advances in spectral theory and nonlinear analysis through various cutting-edge theories on algebraic multiplicities, global bifurcation theory, non-linear Schrodinger equations, non-linear boundary value problems, large solutions, metasolutions, dynamical systems, and applications to spatial ecology.