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  • People expect effortless, engaging interaction with desktop and web applications, but producing software that generates enjoyable user experiences is much harder than many companies anticipate. With Effective UI, you'll learn proven user-experience strategies that will satisfy your clients and customers, drive business value, and increase brand strength. This book shows you how to capture the collaborative and cooperative spirit among designers, engineers, and management required for building engaging software.

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  • Many companies recognize that people expect effortless interaction with desktop and web applications, but producing software that generates enjoyable user experiences is harder than they anticipate. This title helps to learn user-experience strategies that can satisfy your clients and customers, drive business value, and increase brand strength.

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  • News stories are typically rich in NEs and therefore, comparable news corpora can be expected to contain NETEs (Klementiev and Roth, 2006; Tao et al., 2006). The large quantity and the perpetual availability of news corpora in many of the world’s languages, make mining of NETEs a viable alternative to traditional approaches. It is this opportunity that we address in our work. In this paper, we detail an effective and scalable mining method, called MINT (MIning Named-entity Transliteration equivalents), for mining of NETEs from large comparable corpora. ...

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  • This q u e s t i o n is particularly important for the construction of cooperative dialo 9 systems, since, i n many a p p l i cations, no e x p l i c i t knowledge about the dialog goals of the questioner is available at the outset. If a,system is nevertheless expected to 'over-answer , i.e. to volunteer information that has n o t s p e c i f i c a l l y been r e q u e s t e d , it must command a s e t...

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  • (BQ) Next in Part 1, in Part 2 authors present topics such as: What will I do to establish or maintain classroom rules and procedures? What will I do to recognize and acknowledge adherence and lack of adherence to classroom rules and procedures? What will I do to establish and maintain effective relationships with students? What will I do to communicate high expectations for all students? What will I do to develop effective lessons organized into a cohesive unit? Inviting you to refer.

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  • To get the most out of this book, please take the time to read these next few pages. I'll discuss how the book came into being, who the intended audience is, and what you can expect to learn. By reviewing these items, you'll know quickly when your expectations will be met and which portions of the book may be useful as a quick reference if you need to dive into a specific segment first before starting with Chapter 1. This book was born out of the frustration of reading other texts on HTML and Web design and being told repeatedly that one had to perform...

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  • This guide was developed to assist teachers in successfully implementing the Michigan Merit Curriculum. The identified content expectations and guidelines provide a useful framework for designing curriculum, assessments and relevant learning experiences for students. Through the collaborative efforts of Governor Jennifer M.

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  • In the first stage of the analysis, we examined either relationships for one language over time or for the two languages (English and Spanish) at the same time. Thus, we first looked at relationships between English performance at the end of second grade and English performance at the end of third grade and end of fourth grade. As expected, we found moderate to strong positive relationships for each of the reading tasks. We also evaluated the relationship between English performance at the end of second grade and Spanish performance at the same time. We found moderate...

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  • Fisher and Mahalanobis described Statistics as the key technology of the twentieth century. Since then Statistics has evolved into a field that has many applications in all sciences and areas of technology, as well as in most areas of decision making such as in health care, business, federal statistics and legal proceedings. Applications in statistics such as inference for Causal effects, inferences about the spatio- temporal processes, analysis of categorical and survival data sets and countless other functions play an essential role in the present day world.

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  • Image marketing is one of the fastest growing areas in marketing communications. In the fall of 2003, Time Magazine published a special supplement entitled “The Business of Image Marketing.” The publication is timely and clearly illustrates the public’s growing interest in the making and application of image. Although the emphasis of the supplement was on style, fashion, and design, the concept of image marketing also encompasses brands, individuals, and countries.

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  • The Government of Indonesia announced the Master Plan for the Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia’s Economic Development (MP3EI) in May 2011. The MP3EI reiterated the national government’s intention to use the public private partnership (PPP) model one of the key ways to finance Indonesia’s economic development. Prior to this, the use of PPPs gained momentum at the start of the National Medium Term Development Plan (RPJPM) 20102014 as PPP was expected to fill the financing gap for the infrastructure plans contained within this blueprint.

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  • Countries the world over, especially in the developing world, are experiencing rapid urbanization. The share of the world’s population living in cities is reported to have grown from about 35 percent in 1970 to almost 50 percent in 2001, and this number is expected to increase to more than 60 percent by 2030 (UN-HABITAT 2001). One of the many consequences of the increased economic activity that accompanies urbanization—particularly increased vehicle use, electricity generation, and industrial production—is the deterioration of air quality (Molina 2004)....

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  • Climate change is a long-term shift in the statistics of the weather (including its averages). For example, it could show up as a change in climate normalcy (expected average values for temperature and precipitation) for a given place and time of year, from one decade to the next. We know that the global climate is currently changing. The last decade of the 20th Century and the beginning of the 21st have been the warmest periods in the entire global instrumental temperature record, starting in the mid-19th century.

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  • Moreover, one's labour market status may be expected to have a (reverse) causal effect on current and future health. In this paper we analyse the relative importance of these endogeneity and measurement issues in the context of a model of early retirement decisions. We state assumptions under which we can use relatively simple methods to assess the relative importance of state dependent reporting errors in individual responses to health questions. The estimation results indicate that among respondents...

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  • Performance measures other than earnings are also used in contracts, particularly in compensation contracts. For example, approximately 20% of bonus determination is based on individual and nonfinancial measures such as product quality (see Holthausen, Larcker and Sloan, 1995, p. 36). And stock-price-based compensation (e.g. stock option plans) is also used to incent managers. To that extent, one wouldn't expect earnings to necessarily have all the characteristics of an ideal performance measure for compensation purposes.

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  • Finally, the requirements that a fund has to fulfill in order to be included in the SIF's listing of SRI funds are not stringent. For example, a fund could be on the list just by having a formal policy of excluding companies with interests in the tobacco business. If the constraints that SRI (as defined in our data set) imposes on fund managers are minor, the performance of SRI mutual funds should not be expected to be lower than that of conventional funds. It is important to highlight that the estimated performance differences between SRI and conventional funds cannot...

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  • Regardless of the motivation, sponsor behavior observed through these support instances suggests that while the costs can be significant, the perceived benefits at the time of support were greater to most fund sponsors. Understanding both the significance to the sponsor and their motivations would be important in making judgments as to whether investors should reasonably expect this model to continue, as it is possible that the sponsor value proposition could shift, especially where necessary support amounts are large. ...

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  • Critical reading is essential for success in college. Students who do well in this section are ready for reading demands in college courses. Students who score below 151 on Reading Skills will benefit from courses designed to strengthen their ability to read critically and to write effectively about what they have read. All of the reading material is accessible to and appropriate for college-bound students. Much of the content is of special interest to Californians and reflects the diversity of cultural experience in the state.

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  • The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC, World Health Organization) [ 1 ] estimated an incidence of 6,617,855 cancers around the world in 2008 with 4,219,626 deaths associated with this disease (IARC 2011).

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  • This guidance applies to all companies to which the Code applies – i.e. UK listed companies. For groups, it will usually be necessary for the audit committee of the parent company to review issues that relate to particular subsidiaries or activities carried on by the group. Consequently, the board of a UK-listed parent company should ensure that there is adequate cooperation within the group (and with internal and external auditors of individual companies within the group) to enable the parent company audit committee to discharge its responsibilities effectively....

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