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  • About Williams: Robert Moore Williams (1907—1977), born in Farmington, Missouri, was an American writer, primarily of science fiction. His first published story was Zero as a Limit, which appeared in Astounding Science Fiction in 1937, under the pseudonym of "Robert Moore". He was a prolific author throughout his career, with his last novel appearing in 1972. His "Jongor" series was originally published in Fantastic Adventures in the 1940s and 1950s, but only appeared in book form in 1970.

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  • Tham khảo sách 'the next time we die', kỹ thuật - công nghệ, tự động hoá phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • The first place visited by de Costa on this voyage of discovery was a large bay near _Masilage_[6] in lat. 16° S. in which there is an island half a league in circumference containing a town of 8000 inhabitants, most of them weavers of an excellent kind of stuff made of the palm-tree. At this place the Moors used to purchase boys who were carried to Arabia and sold for infamous uses. The king of this place, named Samamo, received the Portuguese in a friendly manner, and granted leave to preach the gospel among his subjects. Coasting about 40 leagues south from this place, they...

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  • About Williams: Robert Moore Williams (1907—1977), born in Farmington, Missouri, was an American writer, primarily of science fiction. His first published story was Zero as a Limit, which appeared in Astounding Science Fiction in 1937, under the pseudonym of "Robert Moore". He was a prolific author throughout his career, with his last novel appearing in 1972. His "Jongor" series was originally published in Fantastic Adventures in the 1940s and 1950s, but only appeared in book form in 1970.

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  • Tham khảo sách 'thompson's cat', kỹ thuật - công nghệ, tự động hoá phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • .A Litigator’s Guide to DNA .This page intentionally left blank .A Litigator’s Guide to DNA From the Laboratory to the Courtroom Ron C. Michaelis, PhD, FACMG Robert G. Flanders, Jr., Esq. Paula H. Wulff, JD Amsterdam • Boston • Heidelberg • London • New York • Oxford Paris • San Diego • San Francisco • Singapore • Sydney • Tokyo Academic Press is an imprint of Elsevier .

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  • 3.1 Theory and Principles Harold Moore 3.2 Power Transformers H. Jin Sim and Scott H. Digby 3.3 Distribution Transformers Dudley L. Galloway 3.4 Underground Distribution Transformers Dan Mulkey 3.5 Dry Type Transformers Paulette A. Payne 3.6 Step-Voltage Regulators Craig A. Colopy 3.7 Reactors Richard Dudley, Antonio Castanheira, and Michael Sharp 3.8 Instrument Transformers Randy Mullikin and Anthony J. Jonnatti 3.9 Transformer Connections Dan D. Perco 3.10 LTC Control and Transformer Paralleling James H. Harlow 3.11 Loading Power Transformers Robert F. Tillman, Jr. 3.

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  • We investigate a number of simple methods for improving the word-alignment accuracy of IBM Model 1. We demonstrate reduction in alignment error rate of approximately 30% resulting from (1) giving extra weight to the probability of alignment to the null word, (2) smoothing probability estimates for rare words, and (3) using a simple heuristic estimation method to initialize, or replace, EM training of model parameters.

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  • We address the problem of selecting nondomain-specific language model training data to build auxiliary language models for use in tasks such as machine translation. Our approach is based on comparing the cross-entropy, according to domainspecific and non-domain-specifc language models, for each sentence of the text source used to produce the latter language model. We show that this produces better language models, trained on less data, than both random data selection and two other previously proposed methods. ...

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  • Vaidyanathan Characterizationof Ceramics, Ronald E. Loehman Characterimtion of Pobmers, Ned J. Chou, Stephen P. Kowalczyk, Ravi Sard, and Ho-Ming Tong Characterizationin Silicon Processing, Yale Strausser Characterizationin Compound Semiconductor Processing, Yale Strausser Characterizationof Integraed CircuitPackaging Materiah, Thomas M. Moore and Robert G. McKenna Characterizationof Cadytic Materiah, Israel E. Wachs Characterizationof Composite

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  • For many years, statistical machine translation relied on generative models to provide bilingual word alignments. In 2005, several independent efforts showed that discriminative models could be used to enhance or replace the standard generative approach. Building on this work, we demonstrate substantial improvement in word-alignment accuracy, partly though improved training methods, but predominantly through selection of more and better features. Our best model produces the lowest alignment error rate yet reported on Canadian Hansards bilingual data. ...

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  • The noisy channel model has been applied to a wide range of problems, including spelling correction. These models consist of two components: a source model and a channel model. Very little research has gone into improving the channel model for spelling correction. This paper describes a new channel model for spelling correction, based on generic string to string edits. Using this model gives significant performance improvements compared to previously proposed models.

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  • Central to this approach is the idea that the processing of an utterance involves producing an expression or structure that is in some sense a representation of the literal meaning of the utterance. It is often maintained that understanding what an utterance literally means consists in being able to recover this representation.

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  • We show how unification can be used to specify the semantic interpretation of natural-language expressions, including problematical constructions involving long-distance dependencies. We also sketch a theoretical foundation for unificationbased semantic interpretation, and compare the unification-based approach with more conventional techniques based on the lambda calculus.

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