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  • Our evidence is based on the everyday consumption choices of the typical household, and thus constitutes an important contribution to the body of evidence from previous studies, which have focused on various sub-populations and different choice domains. E.g.

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  • Redo Log History All transactions are recorded in the online redo log files. This allows for automatic recovery of transactions in the event of a database failure. If the database is configured for NOARCHIVELOG mode, no redo history is saved to archived log files, and recovery operations are limited and a loss of transaction work may occur. This is the result of the automatic recycling of log files, where older log files needed for recovery are overwritten and only the most recent part of the transaction history is available.

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  • Data Handling in Biology--the application of computational and analytical methods to biological problems--is a rapidly evolving scientific discipline. Written in a clear, engaging style, Large Scale Data Handling in Biology is for scientists and students who are learning computational approaches to biology. The book covers the data storage system, computational approaches to biological problems, an introduction to workflow systems, data mining, data visualization, and tips for tailoring existing data analysis software to individual research needs....

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  • A second problem often observed in developing countries in the credit-investment process is that loans are allocated according to political considerations or ties between bank managers and the corporate sector. This practice is problematic for two reasons: First, even if the central bank can create liquidity and the financial sector as a whole is thus not be constrained by a lack of base money, banks in developing countries are often weakly capitalized. Legal minimum capital-adequacy ratios hence limit the overall amount of loans provided by the financial sector.

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  • Coverage: In WSN, each sensor node is given a glimpse of the environment. This follows are limited in range and accuracy (Figure 1), it can only include a limited physical area of environment. Therefore, coverage is also an important design parameter in WSNs. Each node receives a local view of its environment, limited by the scope and accuracy of it. the coverage of a large area composed by the union of a number of smaller insurance. Connectivity: Most of the high density of WSNs sensor, thus preventing the isolation of the nodes.

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  • Tham khảo sách 'irrigation systems and practices in challenging environments', khoa học tự nhiên, công nghệ môi trường phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Oracle Database Utilities is intended for database administrators (DBAs), application programmers, security administrators, system operators, and other Oracle users who perform the following tasks: - Archive data, back up an Oracle database, or move data between Oracle databases using the Export and Import utilities (both the original versions and the Data Pump versions) - Load data into Oracle tables from operating system files using SQL*Loader or from external sources using the external tables feature - Perform a physical data structure integrity check on an offline database, usin...

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  • Bearing in mind that such robots will increasingly participate in the human environment, it is expected that the issue of "working co-existence" of people and humanoid robot will become acute in the near future. However, the fact that no significant rearrangment of the human environment to adapt to the presence of humanoids that can be expected.

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  • Cyanobacteria are a diverse group of unicellular and multicellular photosynthetic prokaryotes (Castenholz & Waterbury, 1989; Rippka, 1988); they are often referred to as blue-green algae, even though it is now known that they are not related to any of the other algal groups. Seasonal patterns of picoplankton abundance have been observed in many studies, revealing a strong relation with water temperature.

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  • Market conditions have never been better for setting up a forex fund. The number of forex funds and corresponding investors has grown as a result of expanding customer markets. Therefore, traders interested in starting a forex fund (or managing customer accounts) should familiarize themselves with the legal landscape as they consider earning a living in this profitable retail industry. An experienced and disciplined forex fund manager can earn a substantial income. Most forex funds to which we provide services are small.

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  • Types of Recovery Manager Backups Recovery Manager provides functionality to back up: The entire database, every datafile in a tablespace, or a single datafile The control file All or selected archived logs Note: The online redo log files are not backed up when using Recovery Manager. Closed Database Backups A closed database backup is defined as a backup of the database while it is closed (offline). This is the same as the consistent database backup. If you are performing a closed backup, the target database must not be open.

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  • Restoration and Datafile Media Recovery Using RMAN RMAN automates the procedure for restoring files. When you issue the RESTORE command, RMAN uses a server session to restore the correct backups and copies. The RMAN repository is used to select the best available backup set or image copies to use in the restoration. By default, RMAN does not restore a file if the file is already in the correct place and its header contains the correct information. In releases before Oracle9i, the files were always restored.

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  • Computing and computer programming have come a long way since their begin- nings.Manyofushaveseencompletetransformationsinthetechnologyofcom- puting in our lifetimes.his author is relatively young when one looks at the history of computing, and has seen punch cards, programs stored on cassette tapes, dumb terminals,mainframes,PCsgettingsmallerandmorepowerful,andhand-held devices.hisauthorhasseennumberedBasiconanAppleIIe,DOSQbasic, COBOL, highly structured and cryptic C, and Java.

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  • Graphical techniques reveal that there is a strong correlation between turnover rates and the firm’s decision not to offer health insurance, and this pattern holds both in the aggregate (Figure 4) and when firm size is controlled for (Figure 5). In each figure, the average turnover rate is measured on the horizontal axis and the proportion of firms not offering health insurance is measured on the vertical axis.

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  • When a transmission violating your enforced security policies is detected by a Sensor, the Sensor compiles information about the offending transmission and sends this “attack” data to the Manager in the form of an alert. Alert details include transmission data such as, source and destination IP addresses in the packet, as well as security analysis information (performed by the Sensor) such as attack type and severity. Alerts are backed up to the database and archived in order of occurrence.

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  • Others want no structure. They like to let the future unfold as it will and to creatively adapt to its conditions. They feel that struc- ture gets in the way of creativity and it is unrealistic to tie themselves down. This division between the structured and unstructured schools of thought is one of many such dichotomies. The knee-jerk reaction to dichotomy is conflict; however, in the wisdom way, we apply the prin- ciple of balance, that dynamic state of ease that occurs when all oppos- ing forces are present to the right degree. There is nothing in excess and no...

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  • This report serves as a background document for the policy brief on social and gender inequalities in environment and health that was prepared for the Fifth Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health (Parma, Italy, 10–12 March 2010). It provides an overview of the currently available evidence on the influences and effects of social and gender inequalities on environmental health risks.

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  • The first SWF was established by Kuwait in 1953 as a means to help stabilize the economy from fluctuating oil prices. 20 In 1956 the Gilbert Islands (now Kiribati) established the Revenue Equalization Reserve Fund to manage profits from phosphate mining. Following Kuwait and Kiribati, the next major SWFs were created in the 1970s in the wake of the oil shock. The most recent wave began in the 1990s with the Norway Government Pension Fund-Global in 1990 and continues to this day.

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  • Readings for the course are attached. The readings come from a series of articles provided in a bulk pack. The volume of material is not overly burdensome for a course of this type, but some of the material is difficult. All readings should be done prior to the class for which it is assigned. In general, I have tried to pair academic papers with recent industry reports, with the goal of marrying sound theory and empirical analysis with relevant current events and practices. Class sessions are organized with the same goal in mind. ...

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  • Collaborative learning environments are an essential tool for moving from a “factory” to an “active learning” education model. Active learning emphasizes instilling knowledge, rather than just delivering information. Instead of sitting in organized rows while someone lectures to them, students cluster in collaborative groups to foster teamwork as they work on projects and share ideas. Effective furniture for these environments is student-centric, enabling easy and open communication between students and teachers.

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