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  • Item response theory (IRT) is a general framework for specifying mathematical functions that describe the interactions of persons and test items. It has a long history, but its popularity is generally attributed to the work of Fredrick Lord and Georg Rasch starting in the 1950s and 1960s.

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  • The purpose of this document is to get LG-Nortel’s global partners and their sales persons properly informed on ordering items of ARIA SOHO so that they can place orders in appropriate manner.

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  • The design and implementation of a paraphrase component for a natural language questlon-answer system (CO-OP) is presented. A major point made is the role of given and n e w information in formulating a paraphrase that differs in a meaningful way from the user's question. A description is also given of the transformational grammar used by the paraphraser to generate questions. I• INTRO~ION fact, a lexicon and database schema are the only items which contain domain-specific information.

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  • Chapter 5 - Reporting and analyzing inventories. After studying this chapter you will be able to: Identify the items making up merchandise inventory, identify the costs of merchandise inventory, analyze the effects of inventory methods for both financial and tax reporting, analyze the effects of inventory errors on current and future financial statements, assess inventory management using both inventory turnover and days’ sales in inventory.

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  • IELTS Listening has four sections, each with 10 items (or questions). Each item is worth one mark. The items are designed so that the answers appear in order in the listening passage. During the test, time is given for candidates to read the questions and write down and check their answers. Answers are written on the Question Paper as candidates listen. When the tape ends, ten minutes are allowed for candidates to transfer their answers onto an Answer Sheet.

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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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  • Everything we know is developed from something we have read, heard, or seen. Therefore, these other thoughts necessarily influence what we write. To the best of our knowledge, we have given specific credit where appropriate. Rather than footnotes or references, we have listed the works that have provided significant information in one way or another, since this is often in concepts rather than quotes.

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  • Benefits Analysis Sheet Use this to analyze various benefits packages and quotes from providers you are considering. Type provider names in the {Provider} placeholders at the top of each column and enter itemized information to compare packages at a glance. Health HEALTH PLAN Employer Cost: Employee Cost: Covered: {Provider 1} {Provider 2} {Provider 3} {Provider 4} Not Covered: Additional Information: Dental DENTAL PLAN Employer Cost: Employee Cost: Covered: {Provider 1} {Provider 2} {Provider 3} {Provider 4} Not Covered: Additional Information: Provided By HR.

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  • Word 2007 is like a typewriter on steroids! In this respect Word is no different from other word processing programs. Since the computer has become a common household and workplace item the typewriter has almost disappeared. Some people might have kept their typewriter, but that is mostly for sentimental reasons. Nowadays a typewriter is only used when a carbon copy is needed. If you do not need carbon copies, and if you have a personal computer (PC), you might just as well donate the old “chopping board” to a museum.

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  • The material for thle volume hae been gathered from many sources and we want to thank Che dealers and orlglnacors whose Items appear in this book. All effects and manuscripts remain the property of the contributors, originators and dealers who reserve all commercial rights to their lcems. We have made no attempt to run down credits other than those which accompanied the original manuscripts. Special thanks must go to Louis Tannen, Inc., Nelson Enterprises, Regw's House of Enchantment and Magictrix House of Magic for their contributions to this volume.

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  • We discuss the use of social networks in implementing viral marketing strategies. While influence maximization has been studied in this context (see Chapter 24 of [10]), we study revenue maximization, arguably, a more natural objective. In our model, a buyer’s decision to buy an item is influenced by the set of other buyers that own the item and the price at which the item is offered. We focus on algorithmic question of finding revenue maximizing marketing strategies. When the buyers are completely symmetric, we can find the optimal marketing strategy in polynomial time.

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  • Skills tested by STAT STAT F, STAT T and STAT Multiple Choice each consist of 70 items, which are placed into Units . Units comprise either Verbal or Quantitative questions. Quantitative and Verbal units are interspersed throughout the test paper . STAT questions are based on stimulus material drawn from a variety of common sources . All the information required to answer questions is contained in the Unit . So, for example, if the stimulus material is an historical document, the candidate’s knowledge of history is NOT being assessed .

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về sinh học được đăng trên tạp chí hóa học quốc tế đề tài : Cognitive interviewing methodology in the development of a pediatric item bank: a patient reported outcomes measurement information system (PROMIS) study

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  • The CPU contains a special set of memory cells called registers that can be read and written to much more rapidly than the main memory area. There are typically between two and one hundred registers depending on the type of CPU. Registers are used for the most frequently needed data items to avoid having to access main memory every time data is needed. As data is constantly being worked on, reducing the need to access main memory (which is often slow compared to the ALU and control units) greatly increases the computer's speed....

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  • Research suggests that non-expert individuals are typically overconfident; they overestimate the quality of their own abilities or knowledge (Svenson 1981, Weinstein 1980) and state extreme probabilities more often than they should. Work in economic theory, particularly with business-related forecasting, has provided further support for this behavioral phenomenon (Camerer and Lovallo, 1999). The reasons for overconfidence when answering trivia questions are a subject of intense debate among decision theorists (Ayton and McClelland 1997). Three prominent explanations have emerged.

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  • The term ―luxury‖ is routinely used in our everyday life to refer to products, services or a certain lifestyle, however, often without a clear understanding of the luxury concept as it takes on many different forms for different people and is dependent on the mood and experience of the consumer: ―Luxury is particularly slippery to define. A strong element of human involvement, very limited supply and the recognition of value by others are key components‖ (Cornell 2002, p. 47). The word luxury ―defines beauty; it is art applied to functional items.

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  • When an item is published to a Semantic Bank, tags assigned to it are carried along. As a conse- quence, the bank’s members pool together not only the information items they have collected but also their organization schemes applied on those items. The technique of pooling together keywords has recently gained popularity through services such as del.icio.us [6], Flickr [25], and CiteULike [4] as a means for a community to collab- oratively build over time a taxonomy for the data they share.

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  • Policies of aggressive capitalization and extended amortization periods of use. Unlike enterprises that improve their results by increasing revenue, some companies increase their result by minimizing costs. They minimize their costs by aggressive capitalization of costs that should affect the profit and loss account also by depreciating amounts for extended periods. There are cases where expenditure to be capitalized is not easily determined and thus, it is recommended to appeal to professional judgment in order to determine whether or not capitalization is required.

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  • Replacing body side or quarter panels involves quite a bit more work, as most of the interior/boot trim will need to be removed, as well as rear windows and possibly rear screen. Check the glasswork section if needed. Fuel tanks or other mechanical items may need to be removed, depending on the particular vehicle. Sills and pillars must be checked for internal sound deadening, wiring or pipes. Before removing any of the old panel, make sure you have the new panel at hand. This way you can see exactly how much new panel you get, and also if any...

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  • Both a classified content and unstructured data view are valid and necessary. Organizational principles are the domain of librarians creating classifications and ontologies including the semantic web versus machine learning approaches to self-organize content. However, with large quantities of information, users are not just unwilling to classify, but are in fact unable to do it. Special skills are required to construct useful classifications. The first impulse we and others have felt is to just wish away the usefulness of metadata and hierarchies.

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