Artificial constructs

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  • By 2005, the U.S. Navy and the Maritime Administration will have accumulated some 360 retired ships in need of disposal. A previous RAND study reviewed disposal options such as recycling (either domestically or overseas) and long-term storage. However, preparation and use of the ships for construction of artificial reefs was

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  • We wish to construct a system which possesses so-called associative memory. This is definable generally as a process by which an input, considered as a “key”, to a memory system is able to evoke, in a highly selective fashion, a specific response associated with that key, at the system output. The signalresponse association should be “robust”, that is, a “noisy” or “incomplete” input signal should none the less invoke the correct response—or at least an acceptable response. Such a system is also called a content addressable memory....

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  • This work provides the hobbyist with detailed mechanical, electronic, and PIC microcontroller knowledge needed to build and program a snake, frog, turtle, and alligator robots. It focuses on the construction of each robot in detail, and then explores the world of slithering, jumping, swimming, and walking robots, and the artificial intelligence needed with these platforms.

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  • The blossoming of computer science (CS) research is evident in the information technology that has migrated from a specialized tool confined to the laboratory or corporate back office to a ubiquitous presence in machines and devices that now figure in the lives of virtually every individual. This widespread diffusion of information technology can obscure the nature of computer science research underlying the IT— from the perspective of many outside the field, computer science is seen not as a basic area of systematic inquiry but as a tool to support other endeavors....

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  • This lecture introduces you to the fascinating subject of classification and regression with artificial neural networks. In particular, it introduces multi-layer perceptrons (MLPs); teaches you how to combine probability with neural networks so that the nets can be applied to regression, binary classification and multivariate classification; discusses the modular approach to backpropagation and neural network construction in Torch, which was introduced in the previous lecture.

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  • Nature creates the best ingredients and combining them is a mixture materials. So, get inspiration for new designs of their intended use. We make new construction, the new artificial materials and evaluate them before use. Composites are formed from components with high-tech materials potential. This potential is wide is wide variation of materials and structures construction when new updates are invented every day.

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  • C++ is a powerful language that unifies high-level programming paradigms, such as object oriented programming, with low-level efficiencies, such as the ability to directly manipulate memory. For these reasons, C++ has been embraced as the language of choice among game developers.

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  • The "ski-tip" style ends of the robotic retractor blades are longed into the anterior leaflet, then the atrial septum is lifted to visualize PM. The length of the artificial chordae loops were determined with the measure of the distance between the correct plane of apposition on an adjacent normal non-prolapsing segment of the mitral leaflet and the respective PM (done with a More Suture Ruler device). Artificial chordae, with 4 loops each, were constructed of 4-0 PTFE GORE-TEX per the technique by von Oppel and Mohr.

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  • Part of a continuing study dealing with artificial intelligence and with how humans process information.The study will eventually lead to computer programming techniques that will permit the construction of more sophisticated problem-solving programs than the game-playing and theorem-solving type of program common today.This Memorandum discusses several of the organizational issues involved in con......

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  • Building engineering physics is a relatively new scientific discipline which investigates the areas of natural science that relate to the performance of buildings and their indoor and outdoor environments. The field deals principally with the flows of energy, both natural and artificial, within and through buildings.

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  • The natural question is whether these heterogeneous expectations co-evolve into homogeneous rational-expectations beliefs, upholding the efficient-market theory, or whether richer individual and collective behavior emerges, upholding the traders’ viewpoint and explaining the empirical market phenomena mentioned above. We answer this not analytically—our model with its fully heterogeneous expectations it is too complicated to admit of analytical solutions—but computationally.

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  • A majority of human proteins have a modular composition, and are constructed of domains that mediate biomolecular inter-actions, and in some cases have catalytic functions. Interaction domains (i.e. SH2 domains) can regulate catalytic activity, direct enzymes to their substrates, and mediate the formation of multi-protein regulatory complexes, and of extended protein net-works. The functions of such modular protein interactions in phosphotyrosine-based signaling pathways, cytoskeletal organ-ization and cell polarity will be explored.

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  • Research on semantic interpretation in artificial intelligence goes back to Woods's dissertation (1967, 1968), which introduced procedural semantics in a natural-language front-end for an airline reservation system. Woods's system had rules with patterns that, when they matched part of the parsed input sentence, contributed a string to the semantic representation of the sentence. This string was usually constructed from the terminals of the matched parse tree fragment.

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