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  • Regarding the neural correlates of these operations, Chatterjee (2003) suggested that early visual processing of the basic features of artworks and other aesthetic stimuli takes place in occipital brain regions, like any other kind of stimuli. However, features processed in intermediate stages, such as shape or composition, can engage frontal-parietal attentional circuits, which enhance the processing of those attributes within the ventral visual stream (Chatterjee, 2003).

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  • Periodontal disease progression is episodic in nature on a tooth site level, but more recently, it has been realized that it is principally patient-based rather than site-based (Zia et al., 2011); the host related risk factors could be the key to better understand disease evolution. The available evidence shows that important risk factors for periodontal disease relate to poor oral hygiene, tobacco use, excessive alcohol consumption, stress, and diabetes mellitus (Laurina et al., 2009; Taylor & Borgnakke, 2008).

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  • The other routing protocols have been proposed in WSN to improve QoS other restrictions such as the delay. The problem here is that the complexity of the routing protocol significantly increased with integration of more than one QoS parameter. Indeed, define a QoS route meets two or more countries not limited correlation (eg, delay, and bandwidth) is an NP- complete problem (Mellouk et al, 2007), because many limitations optimal path problem can not be solved in polynomial time.

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  • This book explores four overlapping themes in biogeography among multiple plant and animal groups, across subcontinental to global spatial scales, and over evolutionary time. These four themes include: 1) biogeographic theory and tests of concepts and processes; 2) the regional biogeography of individual taxa; 3) historical and contemporary biogeography of complex landscapes; and 4) the evolutionary biogeography of macrotaxa. In the first chapter of the conceptual biogeography section, Khalid Al Mutairi et al.

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  • With this approach the geometry and structure aspects of the bridge must be known (such as the depth of the girder, the connection between the beams and deck, steel detailing, steel strength, etc.). With this information and assumptions and boundary conditions for load distribution along with the characteristics, analysis of the beam line can then be carried out and the load factor assessment development (AASTHO, 1994).

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  • Regions and gates can be made to better separate and analyze populations of interest. Furthermore, on the basis that the dyes used to stain cells have overlapping emission spectra, the compensation is normally made to reduce interference. While basic instruments may only permit the simultaneous collection of two or three fluorescence signals, the more complex and expensive research instruments mean that it is possible to obtain more than 14 parameters (Winson & Davey, 2000; Chattopadhyay et al., 2008) depending on the laser equipment utilized.

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  • The goal is one of the on humanoid robot will be able to both understand human intelligence and reason and act like humans. If the humanoids can do so, eventually they can co-exist and work next to humans and can act as proxies for people to do dangerous work, but dirty will not be done by humans if there is a choice, thus providing people with more safety, freedom and time.

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  • A well-functioning PFM framework includes an effective accounting and financial re- porting system to support fiscal policy analysis and budget management. Among other things, government business processes and decisions are anchored on the flow of specific financial information/data between various stakeholders.

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  • Each household member records spending for the same two diary weeks, so we must pool observations across households to study expenditures over an entire month. Given that distance from payday is orthogonal to household characteristics, this pooling should not bias our estimate of the relationship between distance and spending.8 We impose a number of sample restrictions. People paid weekly are excluded, because every diary week includes a payday for these individuals.

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  • WWF has long recognised the importance of the European Union’s regional, agriculture and rural development as well as other funds for the environment. With over € 80 billion expenditure each year spread across the 25 European Union member states, the funds have an enormous potential to cause environmental damage. WWF national organisations working closely with other environmental NGOs have had to be constantly vigilant over the past 15 years to see that the funds are spent wisely.

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  • Firms obviously choose to insure risk-averse workers when the premium is fair. They may choose to do so even if the premium is slightly higher than the expected cost. Nevertheless, if a firm’s expected health cost is significantly lower than the premium, it may choose not to offer insurance to workers. As we have just observed, small firms have higher variances in health costs. Hence, relative to large firms, more small firms will have expected costs that are significantly below the offered premium, and they choose not to offer insurance to workers.

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  • For example, Sulandjari and Rupidara (2003, cited in Posthuma 2003) found 1 026 enterprises in 2000, which is nine times less than what we found (at least 9 000 enterprises in 2000). Similarly, Sandee et al. (2002, cited in Posthuma 2003) found 3 000 enterprises in 2002, four times less than what we found (at least 12 000 enterprises in 2002). Finally the Indonesian administration (District Office of Industry 2005, cited in Loebis and Schmitz 2005), found 3 700 enterprises in 2002, that is to say three times less than what we found. The global pattern of the spatial distribution can...

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  • In argentina many pregnant women do not visit health centres until late in their pregnancy. There is no gender-specific HIV strategy within the government’s HIV prevention program, and most cases of HIV infection among infants stem from the lack of antenatal care and insufficient information and counselling provided to women on HIV/ AIDS and sexual and reproductive rights. Health care access varies widely across the country, and stigma and discrimination from health care workers impedes service utilization.

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  • Tham khảo sách 'report to congress on the fair credit reporting act dispute process', tài chính - ngân hàng, ngân hàng - tín dụng phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • The olive is one of the most ancient cultivated fruit trees. Olive cultivation has a very long history which started from the Third Millennium BC (Loukas & Krimbas, 1983) in the Eastern region of the Mediterranean sea and spread later around the basin following land and maritime routes to Italy, Spain, North Africa and France. Nowadays there are about 805 million of olive trees, 98% of which are grown in the Mediterranean countries (Tsitsipis et al., 2009). The foremost consuming countries are also the main olive oil producers.

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  • Steel mills that recycle scrap metal face a similar incidental emissions problem. North American automobile manufacturers have used hundreds of thousands of kilograms of mercury in vehicle switches and other applications, such as headlights. Much of this mercury enters the atmosphere when the scrapped cars are melted down to make new steel, while some of it contaminates the ground in the yards where the cars are crushed or shredded. Nearly all of the mercury found in cars enters the environment.

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  • Clearly, the detrimental effects of market impact costs on portfolio performance are exacerbated by such high rates of turnover. In fact, if a mutual fund never made any purchases or sales in its portfolio, it would not have any market impact costs at all. It is partially the recognition of this fact that has spawned the interest in index funds. An index funds sells stocks only to rebalance its portfolio to match the index it is tracking or to meet net redemptions. It purchases stocks only to rebalance or to accommodate cash inflows. As a...

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  • The first aspect, the tax exemption, has been highly controversially disputed, as it privileges the REIT company towards other company forms. The BMF considers the REIT necessary to preserve Germany’s competitiveness on international financial markets and to maintain jobs for highly skilled employees.

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  • Alice does not work alone and her literature search is of value to her colleagues as well. Alice has registered for an account with the her research group’s Semantic Bank, which hosts data pub- lished by her colleagues. 1 With one click on the “Publish” button for each item, Alice publishes information to the Semantic Bank. She can also publish the several items she is currently seeing using the “Publish All” button. She simply publishes the information in pure form without having to author any presentation for it.

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  • It is no secret that the average smartphone today has more computing power than Nasa used when it landed an astronaut on the moon in 1969. The trick has been to make that power available at a price that the average person can afford. Technology Pioneer Tobii Technology has gone a long way towards doing just that with a system that uses an invisible beam of infrared light to track eye movements. Patients paralysed from the neck down can use Tobii’s equipment to steer a wheelchair, while victims of locked- in syndrome or advanced stages of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) can...

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