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  • It is assumed that different readers will have different levels of experience with Access Control Lists (ACLs). Some will have no experience. Others will have dabbled with ACLs in lab envi- ronments. Still others will have extensive real-world experience with the implementation of ACLs. The goal of this white paper is to be interesting to readers with any level of ACL experi- ence. The ACL novice should gain an appreciation and understanding of what goes into the definition of an ACL. And hopefully the ACL expert can also gain an insight or two from the material....

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  • If we were to catalog all the misinformation we’ve seen about selling on eBay, it might take days! We wrote this book to get you started in the right direction, and even provide some shortcuts. Marsha has been writing eBay reference books since 1998, selling on eBay since 1996, tracking the buying trends as they change from year to year, and keeping her readers clued in about the differences as they crop up. In her ongoing quest for eBay accuracy in the midst of complexity, she’s joined forces with Patti Ruby, her ace technical editor on previous books....

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  • Available information shows that the nutritional status of Mexican women differs widely within the country, according to geographical regions, urban and rural areas, and income groups. Nutritional deficiencies, anaemia and stunting, for example, are more common in poor women who live in the less-developed regions of the country, in rural and indigenous communities or in marginal urban areas. On the other hand, overweight and obesity currently affect women of all income groups, but rates are higher in the more economically advanced regions and big cities.

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  • Recent policy attention and research have focused on children's school commuting. Concerns include children's health and safety, traffic congestion, environmental impacts of transportation, and parents' time chauffeuring children. Popular responses aim to increase rates of commuting by bicycle and walking (Rosenthal, 2009), but rarely do these initiatives directly account for other policies, such as school choice, that also impact school transportation.

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  • In this paper, we propose a practical method to detect Japanese homophone errors in Japanese texts. It is very important to detect homophone errors in Japanese revision systems because Japanese texts suffer from homophone errors frequently. In order to detect homophone errors, we have only to solve the homophone problem. We can use the decision list to do it because the homophone problem is equivalent to the word sense disambiguation problem.

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  • You may find that other grammars recognise different word classes from the ones listed here. They may also define the boundaries between the classes in different ways. In some grammars, for instance, pronouns are treated as a separate word class, whereas we treat them as a subclass of nouns. A difference like this should not cause confusion. Instead, it highlights an important principle in grammar, known as GRADIENCE. This refers to the fact that the boundaries between the word classes are not absolutely fixed.

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  • Start Testing Your Vocabulary (Beginner-Elementary, 850 words) - book in the series «Test Your», which contains 60 different levels of tests on various vocabulary themes.Different types of tests: gap-fills, multiple-choice, crosswords, puzzles, correcting misprints, picture tests, etc. Answers to all tests - at the end of the book.

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  • This book is about network policies and how to implement those policies using Cisco IOS access lists. I present a way to think about access lists and network policy, describe how access lists are built, and give examples of how to apply those access lists in different situations. Along the way, there are a number of sidebars and notes about concepts and information important to using access lists, and at the end of the book, there are appendixes with useful reference material.

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  • This book is now in its fifth edition. Each edition has corresponded to a different phase in the way computer networks were used. When the first edition appeared in 1980, networks were an academic curiosity. When the second edition appeared in 1988, networks were used by universities and large businesses. When the third edition appeared in 1996, computer networks, especially the Internet, had become a daily reality for millions of people. By the fourth edition, in 2003, wireless networks and mobile computers had become commonplace for accessing the Web and the Internet.

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  • The ownership of listed companies in East Asia is typically concentrated in the hands of large shareholders. This concentrated control is achieved through complicated ownership arrangements, i.e., stock pyramids and cross-shareholdings.3 In this section, we discuss the forces that shape the ownership structure. We then discuss how the ownership structure shapes the firms’ agency problems, through its entrenchment and incentive alignment effects on controlling owners.

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  • Security is becoming more and more common in every environment, regardless how big or small the network happens to be. Anytime we think of security, the first thing that comes to our minds is the implementation of firewalls. What if firewalls are not available in your network? What if your firewalls are only meant for connectivity from the outside world? Or, better yet, what if firewalls are controlled by different groups in your organization, and you want to do something to protect your network internally between departments and/or maybe your budget doesn’t allow you to get firewalls.

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  • Prolog is considered difficult by students. Usually, by the time they learn Prolog, which is most likely to happen in preparation for a course in Artificial Intelligence (AI) or Expert Systems, they will have studied imperative programming and/or the object oriented paradigm. Unfortunately, this prior experience is not always conducive to learning Prolog. Even though there is a good provision of traditional Prolog textbooks (for example [2]), students still find it hard to write solutions in Prolog to problems of any notable complexity.

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  • We begin our sample construction with a list of the top 75 countries in the world based on GDP at the end of 2001. 9 This list is matched with countries identified as having a fund industry in publications of either the Investment Company Institute (ICI) or Fédération Européenne des Fonds et Sociétés d'Investissement (FEFSI). 10 The asset size for the countries not listed in the ICI and FEFSI data sources is gathered through web-based sources and discussions with industry experts. We are able to obtain a sample of 55 countries with data on the relative size of the...

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  • AUM of the equity funds increased nearly three folds from approximately 99 billion Baht in 2006 to 261 billion Baht in 2010. Unlike developed capital markets, proportion of equity funds to total asset under management of the industry in Thailand is stable around 11% and 15% in 2006 and 2010. Higher value of asset under management of equity funds can be decomposed into two factors, which are valuation and new flow factors. As Thai stock market index (SET) had increased from the vicinity of 700 points in 2006 to the level of 1,000 points in 2010, higher value in equity...

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  • The topic ‘elite’ may be dealt with either in a few lines, or in many pages. There is no half way. In fact, it encompasses issues which are crucial to the social sciences, such as the relation between the distribution of wealth, prestige and power; the exercise of power and the composition of the group that holds it. The list is extensive.

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  • When we published the first edition of Paying for Performance in 1997, the business climate was very different than it is today. At that time, the U.S. financial markets were in the midst of an unprecedented multiyear boom. Many established companies were delivering record profits, but perhaps more important, a myriad of “new economy” marvels were rewriting long-standing rules about the relationship between earnings and market value, the relative importance of growth and profitability, and the definition of what constitutes successful business performance.

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  • Company and product names associated with listings in this book should be considered as trademarks or service marks of the company indicated. The use of a registered trademark is not permitted for commercial purposes without the permission of the company named. In some cases, products of one company are offered by other companies and are presented in a number of different listings in this book. It is virtually impossible to identify every trademark or service mark for every product and every use, but we would like to highlight the following:......

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  • In most computers, individual instructions are stored as machine code with each instruction being given a unique number (its operation code or opcode for short). The command to add two numbers together would have one opcode, the command to multiply them would have a different opcode and so on. The simplest computers are able to perform any of a handful of different instructions; the more complex computers have several hundred to choose from, each with a unique numerical code. Since the computer's memory is able to store numbers, it can also store the instruction codes.

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  • Industry in Jepara comprises a complex network of relationships and flexible subcontracting. The first aim of this survey was therefore to investigate how these relationships are structured, and how production is organised and linked to the different market segments, including the sources of the wood. In addition, we sought to record and quantify these relationships to understand the contribution of a unit of raw material to the employment, education, and social wealth of people in the system7 .

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  • At the completion of work, the CQAM, PM, and WSDOT jointly conduct a final inspection of the project. The final inspection includes inspection of the completed work, associated as-built documents, certifications, and other documentation and contractor punch list item review. The inspection is accomplished within five business days of notification that the project is ready for final inspection. During the inspection, quality control documentation may be reviewed.

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