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  • Tham khảo sách 'staying competitive in the global economy moving up the value chain', công nghệ thông tin, hệ điều hành phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Unsupervised word representations are very useful in NLP tasks both as inputs to learning algorithms and as extra word features in NLP systems. However, most of these models are built with only local context and one representation per word. This is problematic because words are often polysemous and global context can also provide useful information for learning word meanings.

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  • We argue for the usefulness of an active chart as the basis of a system that searches for the globally most plausible explanation of failure to syntactically parse a given input. We suggest semantics-free, grammarindependent techniques for parsing inputs displaying simple kinds of ill-formedness and discuss the search issues involved.

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  • In addition to describing the design of the Gamma software, a thorough performance evaluation of the iPSC/2 hypercube version of Gamma is also presented. In addition to measuring the effect of relation size and indices on the response time for selection, join, aggregation, and update queries, we also analyze the performance of Gamma relative to the number of processors employed when the sizes of the input relations are kept constant (speedup) and when the sizes of the input relations are increased proportionally to the number of processors (scaleup).

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  • The risks to global value chains emerge not only from the decline in international trade, but also from key suppliers facing bankruptcy, and from firms re-considering their investment strategies and retrenching to core markets. Protectionist policies could exacerbate these risks. It would increase the input costs for domestic industries and would penalise exporters twice, through higher costs and through retaliation from other countries.

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  • In this section, we study operations that, in one way or another, process their data sequentially. Examples include searching on one or more unindexed attributes, creation of bitmaps based on selection conditions, and scalar aggrega- tion. Grouped aggregation can be achieved by a combina- tion of sorting followed by one scalar aggregation per group. Scan-like operations are also used as components of more complex operations that we will discuss in Section 4 and Section 5.

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  • The Baltic Sea is a unique basin, being productive with intensive fishing potential and has therefore been the object of many studies. It is a brackish, nontidal, relatively shallow and semi-enclosed sea. The Baltic is located at a high latitude, hence one of its characteristic features is ice. Another unique geographical pattern are the archipelagos located off the coast of Stockholm which consist of more than 25 000 islands. The relative ionic concentration of toxic substances e.g. chemical elements is generally higher in the low-saline Baltic Sea than compared to the North Sea....

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  • Raw materials used in the production of biobased products are produced in agriculture, forestry and microbial systems. The content of the material undergoes treatment and processing inarefinerytoconvert it,similartothepetroleum.Whilepetroleum isobtainedby extraction, biomass already exists as a product (Kamm & Kamm, 2004) that can then be modifiedwithin the actual process, to optimally adapt the results so as to obtain particular targetproduct(s).

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  • This report on global tuberculosis care and control was produced by a core team of 13 people: Hannah Monica Dias, Dennis Falzon, Christopher Fitzpatrick, Katherine Floyd, Philippe Glaziou, Tom Hiatt, Christian Lienhardt, Linh Nguyen, Charalambos Sismanidis, Hazim Timimi, Mukund Uplekar, Wayne van Gemert and Matteo Zignol. The team was led by Katherine Floyd. Overall guidance was provided by the Director of the Stop TB Department, Mario Raviglione.

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  • This report presents the results of this exercise: the first chapter reports the general analysis of the impact of the crisis and the appropriate policy responses, and the second chapter reviews current national responses. This report was prepared by Dominique Guellec and Sacha Wunsch-Vincent of the OECD Secretariat. It has benefitted from inputs, co-ordination and oversight by Jean Guinet, Dirk Pilat, Graham Vickery and Andrew Wyckoff (OECD).

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  • Depletion of ground water resources can lead to complete desiccation of the surrounding areas.Reducedgroundwater‘inputs’andreducedgroundwater‘outputs’arethemaincauses ofgroundwaterdepletionwhichaffectsalllivingorganismsdirectlyorindirectly. Theextentofgroundwaterdepletiondependsonmanyfactors,moreimportantlyonthetypeof crop in consideration.Majority of the energy crops require some form of irrigation therefore theirinfluenceonthedepletionofgroundwaterresourceshavetobeevaluated.

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  • The concept of Good Agricultural Practice (GAP) has evolved in recent years in the context of a rapidly changing and globalizing food economy and as a result of the concerns and commitments of a wide range of stakeholders regarding food production and security, food safety and quality, and the environmental sustainability of agriculture.

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  • A coupled-field analysis is a combination of analyses from different engineering disciplines (physics fields) that interact to solve a global engineering problem, hence, we often refer to a coupled-field analysis as a multiphysics analysis. When the input of one field analysis depends on the results from another analysis, the analyses are coupled.

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  • Much of the content is based on the work done by WSP’s global rural sanitation team. Without their hard work and dedication on the ground, this publication would not have been possible. Contributions from Eduardo Perez, task team leader for WSP’s Scaling Up Rural Sanitation, Yolande Coombes, senior water and sanitation specialist, and Ian Moise should also be acknowledged.

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  • A key reason is that agricultural production has few technical (dis) economies of scale, implying that a range of production forms can coexist. A look at the 300 or so publicly listed companies in table 4 illustrates this point. Even though farming accounts for 22 percent of the global agricultural value chain, it makes up a mere 0.2 percent of equity market capitalization. As of October 2009, there were only seven publicly listed farming companies worldwide, three in Brazil and Argentina and four in Ukraine and Russia.

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  • Three themes run through the essay. Think medium term! The financial cycle is much longer than the traditional business cycle. Think monetary! Modelling the financial cycle correctly, rather than simply mimicking some of its features superficially, requires recognising fully the fundamental monetary nature of our economies: the financial system does not just allocate, but also generates, purchasing power, and has very much a life of its own. Think global! The global economy, with its financial, product and input markets, is highly integrated.

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  • At its twenty-fourth session, the UNEP Governing Council/Global Ministerial Environment Forum requested the Executive Director to develop a Medium-term Strategy for 2010–2013 with a “clearly defined vision, objectives, priorities, impact measures and a robust mechanism for review” (decision 24/9, paragraph 13).

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  • Globalization wrote: “...the speed by which your latest invention can be made obsolete or turned into a commodity is now lightening quick. Therefore, only the paranoid, only those who are constantly looking over their shoulders to see who is creating something new that will destroy them and then staying just one step ahead of them, will survive.

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  • The CAPRI model is an agricultural sector model covering the whole of EU-27, Norway and Western Balkans at regional level (250 regions) and global agricultural markets at country or country block level. CAPRI makes use of non linear mathematical programming tools to maximise regional agricultural income with explicit consideration of the CAP instruments of support in an open economy. CAPRI consists of a supply and market module which interact iteratively.

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  • The design is synthesized on the target device Spartan 3-3s200ft256-4. At first optimization goal is kept as speed. Then the number of slices used is 144 out of 1920(7%). Number of Slice Flip Flops used are125 out of 3840(3%). Number of 4 input LUTs are 261 out of 3840(6%). Total number of bonded IOBs used are 83 out of 173(47%).1 out of 8(12%) global clock is also used. As per timing analysis, maximum frequency of operation is 104.188 MHz.

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