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  • This book introduces new concepts and theories of Fuzzy Logic Control for the application and development of robotics and intelligent machines. The book consists of nineteen chapters categorized into 1) Robotics and Electrical Machines 2) Intelligent Control Systems with various applications, and 3) New Fuzzy Logic Concepts and Theories. The intended readers of this book are engineers, researchers, and graduate students interested in fuzzy logic control systems.

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  • Exam 70-448: TS: Microsoft SQL Server 2008, Business Intelligence Development and Maintenance Objective impLementing an ssis sOLutiOn Implement control flow. Implement data flow. Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 2 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 1 Chapter 3 Chapter 2 Chapter 2 Chapter 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 1 Lesson 3 Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 2 chapter LessOn Implement dynamic package behavior by using property expressions. Implement package logic by using variables. Implement package configurations.

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  • Chapter 4 - International OB: Managing across cultures. After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Define the term culture, and explain how societal culture and organizational culture combine to influence on-the-job behavior; define ethnocentrism, and explain how to develop cultural intelligence; distinguish between high-context and low-context cultures, and identify and describe the nine cultural dimensions from project GLOBE.

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  • Chapter 5 - Key individual differences and the road to success. After reading the material in this chapter, you should be able to: Identify at least five of Gardner’s eight multiple intelligences, and explain “practical intelligence”; identify and describe the Big Five personality dimensions, specify which one is correlated most strongly with job performance, and describe the proactive personality; explain the four components of Core Self- Evaluations;...

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  • Chapter 5: Appreciating individual differences: Intelligence, ability, personality, core self-evaluations, attitudes, and emotions. After reading the material in this chapter, you should be able to: Identify at least five of Gardner’s eight multiple intelligences, and explain “practical intelligence”; identify and describe the Big Five personality dimensions, specify which one is correlated most strongly with job performance, and describe the proactive personality; explain the four components of Core Self- Evaluations;...

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  • We all know someone who is incredibly bright and yet cannot seem to pull their life together. The brilliant student who flunks out of university, or the incredibly intelligent worker who can’t seem to get ahead in their company. We know from our familiarity with them that they have a good to superior intelligence level, but that doesn’t seem to be enough to ensure success. And at the same time, we can probably describe in some form why we feel these people have not been successful. Our descriptions would include certain traits or behaviors that have nothing to do with...

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  • The EQ Interview “Adele Lynn’s newest book, destined to be a bestseller, captures the vital importance and necessity of behavioral interviewing for emotional intelligence. I find myself not being able to put this book down!” —John Dickson, President and CEO, Redstone SeniorCare “Selecting the right candidate is critical. Without question, The EQ Interview will enable me to make far more intelligent and informed hiring decisions.

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  • This is a project book on building small robots. Each robot utilizes the PICmicro series of microcontrollers from Microchip Technologies Inc. for intelligence, navigation, motor control, and sensory readings. By changing the microcontroller programming and sensory electronics we can create a zoo of robots that includes photovores, behaviorbased (neural) robots, hexapod and bipedal walkers, and artificial vision systems that can track and follow objects. Each robot project has something to teach....

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  • Behavior-based interviewing forms the fundamental theoretical base for the questions in this book. Behavior-based interviewing examines past behavior and how that behavior contributes to a person’s success. Behavior-based interviewing in a structured format has the highest validity of all interviewing tools, according to a study by Ryan and Tippins from Michigan State University.7 Unfortunately, some managers rely solely on the tools of gut instinct and chemistry to predict a person’s effectiveness.

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  • Awareness of our impact on others begs the question, What, if anything, do we choose to do to control or manage our behavior? Self-control or self-management allows us to manage our frustrations, anger, fear, discouragement, and other emotions so that we achieve our goals and live our intentions. For example, if we become frustrated because of an obstacle at work and just give up on the goal, then we allow our emotions to thwart our intentions.

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  • 11. Andrew J. Martin, “The Role of Positive Psychology in Enhancing Satisfaction, Motivation, and Productivity in the Workplace,” Journal of Organizational Behavior Management 24, 1–2 (2004–5): 113. 12. Dee Dickinson, “Lifelong Learning for Business: A Global Perspective” (presented at the Conference on Lifelong Learning for European Business, Oxford University, UK, October 6–7, 1992). 13. Rees Morrison, “How to Make Collaboration Work: Powerful Ways to Build Consensus, Solve Problems, and Make Decisions,” Consulting to Management (September 2004): 62. 14. Michael P.

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  • Functional or technical competence will always be important, but as we compete in different markets, interact with culturally different clients and customers, manage foreign workforces, and interact with people of all types, those most skilled in managing themselves and their interactions with others will prove to be invaluable. When you hire people who demonstrate emotional intelligence, you build an organization that can function, not just today, but also tomorrow.

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  • Swarm Intelligence is a research field that studies the emergent collective intelligence of self-organized and decentralized simple agents. It is based on the social behavior that can be observed in nature, such as in flocks of birds, fish schools and bee hives, where a group of individuals with limited capabilities are able to emerge with intelligent solutions for complex problems.

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  • Relationships building and sustaining of, 12, 66, 67, 68–71, 74, 82 flexibility in, 102 management of, 129–130 role in organizational savvy, 80 Rescuing behavior, 61–62 Resentment, as self-defeating emotion, 21 Resilience, as self-management competency, 12, 42–45 assessment of, 42–45, 50, 166 Resistance, 120, 124–125 Resumes, fraudulent or misleading

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  • Estimating the results of legislative proposals to expand health insurance coverage is challenging, partly because there is so little empirical evidence concerning individual people’s responsiveness to health insurance mandates. Since 2007, adults in Massachusetts have been required to have health insurance or face penalties for noncompliance, but it may be too soon to infer the effect of mandates from that experience. Moreover, that experience itself could be unique to Massachusetts.

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  • When sitting in statistics classes or when trying to read and understand statistical material, too many otherwise intelligent and capable students and researchers feel dumb. This book is intended as an antidote. It is designed to make you feel smart and competent. Its approach is conservative in that it attempts to identify and present the essentials of data analysis as developed by statisticians over the last two or three centuries.

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  • Man has learned much from studies of natural systems, using what has been learned to develop new algorithmic models to solve complex problems. This book presents an introduction to some of these technological paradigms, under the umbrella of compu- tational intelligence (CI).

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  • This subsection is devoted to modeling and control of mobile robotic systems. Because a mobile robot can be used for exploration of unknown environments due to its partial or complete autonomy is of fundamental importance. It can be equipped with one or more manipulators for performing mission-specific operations. Thus, mobile robots are very attractive engineering systems, not only because of many interesting theoretical aspects concerning intelligent behavior and autonomy, but also because of applicability in many human activities. ...

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  • A variety of scientific disciplines have set as their task explaining mental activities, recognizing that in some way these activities depend upon our brain. But, until recently, the opportunities to conduct experiments directly on our brains were limited. As a result, research efforts were split between disciplines such as cognitive psychology, linguistics, and artificial intelligence that investigated behavior, while disciplines such as neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, and genetics experimented on the brains of non-human animals.

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  • .Board Review Series Behavioral ScienceThe third edition of BRS Behavioral Science contains 9 sections divided into 26 chapters. All chapters start with a "Typical Board Question" (TBQ), which serves as an example for the way that the subject matter of that chapter is tested on the USMLE. Each chapter has been extensively updated to include the most current information. A total of at least 500 questions and answers with detailed explanations are presented after each chapter and in the Comprehensive Examination at the end of the book.

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