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  • A clickbot is a software robot that clicks on ads (issues HTTP requests for advertiser web pages) to help an attacker conduct click fraud. Some clickbots can be purchased, while others are malware that spread as such and are part of larger botnets. Malware-type clickbots can receive instructions from a botmas- ter server as to what ads to click, and how often and when to click them. There are many types of clickbots used on the Internet. Some are “for-sale” clickbots, while others are malware.

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  • During the year of this study, I taught three sections of English with a total of 61 students. A wide range of my students’ abilities and the presence of English Language Learners (ELL) in my classroom presented me with many challenges. Components of my instruction included the Houghton-Mifflin textbook series, Daily Oral Language, traditional grammar activities, and other supplemental materials. After several weeks of instruction I was disappointed in my students’ inability to demonstrate proper writing skills.

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  • This paper presents a partial solution to a component of the problem of lexical choice: choosing the synonym most typical, or expected, in context. We apply a new statistical approach to representing the context of a word through lexical co-occurrence networks. The implementation was trained and evaluated on a large corpus, and results show that the inclusion of second-order co-occurrence relations improves the performance of our implemented lexical choice program.

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  • News stories are typically rich in NEs and therefore, comparable news corpora can be expected to contain NETEs (Klementiev and Roth, 2006; Tao et al., 2006). The large quantity and the perpetual availability of news corpora in many of the world’s languages, make mining of NETEs a viable alternative to traditional approaches. It is this opportunity that we address in our work. In this paper, we detail an effective and scalable mining method, called MINT (MIning Named-entity Transliteration equivalents), for mining of NETEs from large comparable corpora. ...

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  • Industrial robots are currently employed in a large number of applications and are available with a wide range of configurations, drive systems, physical sizes and payloads. However, the numbers in service throughout the world are much less than predicted over twenty years ago (Engelberger 1980). This is despite major technological advances in related areas of computing and electronics, and the availability of fast, reliable and low-cost microprocessors and memory. This situation is mainly a result of historical and economic circumstances, rather than technical considerations.

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  • Chemical precipitation and complexation are primarily important for the inorganic species. The formation of coordination complexes is typical behaviour of transition metals, which provide the cation or central atom. Ligands include common inorganic anions such as Cl - , F- , Br - , SO4 2- , PO4 3- and CO3 2- as well as organic molecules such as amino acids. Such complexation may facilitate the transport of metals. Biodegradation is a reaction process mediated by microbial activity (a biotic reaction).

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  • A banking entity may invest in or sponsor a covered fund if (i) the banking entity is not directly or indirectly controlled by a U.S. banking entity; 53 (ii) the banking en- tity is a “foreign banking organization,” or, if not a foreign banking organization, meets at least two of the following tests: (a) total non-U.S. assets exceed total U.S. assets; 54 (b) total non-U.S. revenues exceed total U.S. revenues; 55 and (c) total non-U.S. income exceeds total U.S. income; (iii) no ownership interests in the covered fund are of- fered or sold to a U.S.

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  • In this paper, we employ the bias-adjusted matching estimator developed by Abadie and Imbens (2006), which overcomes this difficulty. The matching estimator analysis maps the multiple matching variables into a single number that measures the distance to the observation to be matched and selects as control observations those with the lowest value for this distance. Matching estimators, therefore, make it possible to use several matching variables simultaneously.

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  • Thanks to their traditional decentralised organisation and large distribution network, savings banks have built strong local roots and gained extensive experience in developing relation- ships with major stakeholders in the local communities. Thus, they are deeply involved in the life of the area where they operate and have a thorough understanding of the socio-eco- nomic challenges and environment. They actively contribute to local and regional economic and social development, including in the most remote areas and underserved communities.

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  • Most markets have preciously few advertising and promotion dollars and therefore need to seek the biggest bang for their bucks. Even if your market is blessed with a large ad budget, you will want to spend it effectively. The following general principles of marketing can be helpful in guiding your market in getting the most from your money. 80/20 rule Keep the 80/20 rule in mind: 80% of your business comes from 20% of your customers. (Koch, 1998).

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  • The computation takes a set of input key/value pairs, and produces a set of output key/value pairs. The user of theMapReduce library expresses the computation as two functions: Map and Reduce. Map, written by the user, takes an input pair and pro- duces a set of intermediate key/value pairs. The MapRe- duce library groups together all intermediate values asso- ciated with the same intermediate key I and passes them to the Reduce function. The Reduce function, also written by the user, accepts an intermediate key I and a set of values for that key.

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  • Our evidence is based on the everyday consumption choices of the typical household, and thus constitutes an important contribution to the body of evidence from previous studies, which have focused on various sub-populations and different choice domains. E.g.

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  • However, this model is complicated by the fact that conflicts often occur in mixed-motive relationships where the involved parties both have cooperative and competitive goals and Mitchell’s model seems to have neglected this pluralistic/multifaceted/more complex dimension to the relationship. The competitive element creates conflict and the cooperative element creates incentives to negotiate an agreement. There are, however, studies that confirm that conflicts tend to occur even when the involved parties have highly compatible goals.

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  • Caps on dealer markups: In most low-income car purchase transactions, the dealer arranges the financing in addition to selling the car. Dealers typically contact prospective lenders and present the consumer’s financial information. Lenders then will inform the dealer on what terms they will be willing to lend to that consumer. Often dealers will have consumers enter into financing arrangements at a higher interest rate than the con- sumer actually qualifies for. The dealer keeps most of the extra money that will be paid by the consumer due to the higher interest charges.

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  • OLTP transaction workloads require quick access and updates to a small set of records. This work is typically performed in a localized area on disk, with one or a small number of parallel units. Shared-everything architectures, in which processors share a single large disk and memory, are well suited to OLTP workloads. Shared-disk architectures, such as Oracle RAC, can also be effective for OLTP because each server can take a subset of the queries and process them independently while ensuring consistency through the shared-disk subsystem.

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  • The microsimulation approach combined with reweighting contrasts with a popular method of examining population ageing, which combines population projections with age-specific per capita expenditures on a range of benefits in order to obtain projected social expenditures. These are typically combined with GDP projections based on age-specific labour force participation and unemployment ratios, along with productivity growth assumptions.

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  • LSI develops, manages and hosts Internet-based training and education for corporations, government agencies and academic institutions. The Company offers its online courseware primarily through its proprietary virtual campus product, or CLEGA University™, a full-service, centrally hosted, scalable distance education platform. It allows for the registration, enrollment, teaching, testing, grading and certification of distance learners. CLEGA University is accessible by virtually any Internet-ready PC.

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  • Anytime user-supplied data is collected and redistributed for mass consumption online or via mainstream media, there is a risk that the content could be malicious or abusive. Spam, derogatory comments, pornography, or various forms of malware are all common examples. Moderators are typically present in online message boards, chatrooms, mailing list, etc. to remove any offensive material. On T.V. the familiar sound bleeps and blackout blocks provide roughly the equivalent function.

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  • We also see a wider role for audit committees, in typical circumstances, in ensuring that the company has sound internal financial control systems and systems for the control of non-financial risks, of the kind dealt with in the Turnbull report ‘Internal Control – Guidance for Directors on the Combined Code’. Some boards may decide to take on this role themselves or to delegate it to a separate ‘risk committee’, and we would not wish our guidance to remove those options.

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  • If things go wrong, the audit committee also has a role in ensuring that they are put right – for example if an audit failure seems to be leading to poor, or even deliberately misleading, financial reporting decisions. This can put the committee into an adversarial relationship with both the external auditors and the executive, and audit committees must be ready to accept that role if necessary. The US corporate failures of 2002 point vividly to the importance of this.

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