This paper shows how to formally characterize language learning in a finite parameter space as a Markov structure, hnportant new language learning results follow directly: explicitly calculated sample complexity learning times under different input distribution assumptions (including CHILDES database language input) and learning regimes. We also briefly describe a new way to formally model (rapid) diachronic syntax change.
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This chapter describes how to log into the CSS and configure an IP address,
subnet mask, and default route. Included in this chapter is a description of the
system software. It also contains information on using the Offline Diagnostic
Monitor (Offline DM) menu. Information in this chapter applies to all CSS
models except where noted.
CSS software is available in a Standard or Enhanced feature set.
This module explains how to use methods, parameters, and overloaded
methods. It also explains that breaking program logic into functional units is
good design and makes it easier to reuse code.
The module begins with an explanation of what methods are, how they are
created, and how they can be called. The module briefly describes private and
public access modifiers (which are discussed more fully in later modules). The
module concludes with an explanation of method overloading and the rules
regarding method signatures....
This module provides students with the theory and syntax for creating and
destroying objects in a C# application.
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Create objects by using the new operator.
Use constructors to initialize objects.
Create overloaded constructors that can accept varying parameters.
Describe the lifetime of an object and what happens when it is destroyed.
Inherit from IDisposable interface and implement Dispose method.
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The idea of templates in C++ is more than ten years old. C++ templates were already documented in 1990 in the
"Annotated C++ Reference Manual" or so-called "ARM" (see [EllisStroustrupARM]) and they had been described
before that in more specialized publications. However, well over a decade later we found a dearth of literature that
concentrates on the fundamental concepts and advanced techniques of this fascinating, complex, and powerful C++
feature. We wanted to address this issue and decided to write the book about templates (with perhaps a slight lack of
Historically, a course on data structures has been a mainstay of most computer
science departments. Over the last 18 years, however, the focus of this course
has broadened considerably. The topic of data structures has now been subsumed
under the broader topic of abstract data types (ADTs)—the study of classes of
objects whose logical behavior is defined by a set of values and a set of operations.
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.
Part I discussed the basics of industrial servo drives from a hardware point of view. Physical parameters and practical applications were discussed. Part II repeats some of the things in Part I but from a mathematical point of view. The advanced application of industrial servo drives requires the use of differential equations to describe mechanical, electrical, and ﬂuid systems. As applied to servo drives there are numerous academic techniques to analyze these systems (e.g., root locus, Nyquist diagrams, etc.).
The present text introduces the use of fluidised bed processing in the context of wet granulation and
coating. The text also covers introductory information about the mechanical properties of dry granules.
This is a scientific field rarely taught at universities or engineering schools around the world although
it has enormous and ever increasing relevance to the chemical and biochemical industries. Often
students are left with nothing but qualitative tendencies and hands-on experience as no textbook yet
covers all relevant subjects treated in this text....
In the next section, we offer an overview of the economic logic behind microfinance
institutions, describe how the movement from socially oriented non-profit microfinance
institutions to for-profit microfinance has occurred, and lay out some of the unanswered
questions about the role of commercialization in microfinance. We then seek answers to some of
these questions by drawing on a data set that includes most of the world’s leading microfinance
Thermodynamic parameters describing the conformational
stability of the histidine-containing phosphocarrier protein
fromStreptomyces coelicolor, scHPr, have been determined
by steady-state fluorescence measurements of isothermal
urea-denaturations, differential scanning calorimetry at
different guanidinium hydrochloride concentrations and,
independently, by far-UV circular dichroism measurements
of isothermal urea-denaturations, and thermal denatura-tions at fixed urea concentrations.
Introduction to shock & vibration gives an introduction to vibration through a description of the most common mechanical parameters leading to the behaviour of simple mass spring systems. Furthermore the different types of signals and their description is treated and the conversion between the different parameters is described mathematically and graphically. Finally the measurement units are defined.
Recent literature shows that much has been learned about the effects of diffusion,
dispersion, advection and adsorption on chemical transport in soils (van Genuchten &
Wierenga, 1976; Goltz & Roberts, 1988; Ptacek & Gillham, 1992). Numerous
models have been developed in attempts to describe the one-dimensional transport of
You can deduct contributions to charity only if you
itemize deductions on your Schedule A of Form 1040.
You must take into account certain limitations on charitable
contribution deductions. For example, your deduction
cannot exceed 50% of your adjusted gross income.
Other limitations may apply. Publication 526, Charitable
Contributions, provides detailed information on claiming
deductions and the deduction limits. It also describes the
types of organizations that are qualified to receive tax-
deductible contributions. Publication 526 is available online
In this paper, we present REED, a system for Robust and
Efficient Event Detection in sensor networks that addresses
this limitation, enabling the deployment of sensor networks
for the types of applications described above. REED is
based on TinyDB, but extends it with the ability to support
joins between sensor data and static tables built outside the
sensor network. This allows users to express queries that
include complex time and location varying predicates over
any number of conditions using join predicates over these
Oracle Net Services provide a variety of options to help you design and manage
networks that are both flexible and easy to use. With Oracle Net Services enhanced
scalability and manageability features, you can develop a network to support a wide
range of environments, whether they be simple workgroups or large mission critical
This chapter describes considerations for planning a network using Oracle Net
Services. It explains the relationships of the network products, and options for
expanding and better managing your future network. ...
Solving the system of equations describing the stationary operation of a two-mode random microlaser we have found the transformation of saturated values of mode intensity when laser parameters as gain and loss coefficients as well as field coupling, photon hopping coefficients vary. From obtained results we determined which parameter takes the most important role for stationary operation of random microlasers.