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  • The number of scientific journals is vast and is growing steadily, which means that there are plenty of publishing opportunities. The fundamental reason behind the growing number of journals is the increasing number of researchers globally. Quite often you can hear researchers complaining that there are no scientific journals for their specific narrow research field. Most often this is not true. Journals exist for wide and varying topical fields. Should you find it difficult to find a suitable one, try considering potential applications for your results.

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  • An important barrier to quick process changes is the industry’s slow capital-turnover rate. A survey in 1997/8 revealed that the median age of paper ma- chines in Europe was 23 years (Berkhout, 2005). Recent research undertaken in the USA suggests a potential negative correlation between environmental innovation and sunk costs. The research suggests that no matter what the regulator does, because there will be much lobbying and negotiations undertaken as a part of the permitting process, regula- tors tend to favour existing actors over potential new entrants.

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  • I wrote this little volume more than thirty years ago, since when I have hardly opened it. Therefore I now read it almost as if it were written by another man, and I find to my relief that, on the whole, I think rather better of it than I did when I published it. Indeed, as a criticism of what were then the accepted views of Massachusetts history, as expounded by her most authoritative historians, I see nothing in it to retract or even to modify. I do, however, somewhat regret the rather acrimonious tone which I occasionally adopted when speaking of the more conservative...

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  • Eight students in this study achieved an increase in their Overall score from Test 1 to Test 2 of one whole band and a further 14 achieved a half band increase. In other words, just over half of this sample of 40 students were able to achieve a better result in the IELTS Test when taken again after two or three years of higher education in Australia. A total of 12 students achieved the same Overall score in Test 2 as in Test 1, and six students actually regressed, dropping a half band. Of course, this is not to say...

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  • The research on learning in informal (online) learning networks and communities (Ala- Mutka, 2010) concludes that social media applications provide easy, fast and efficient ways to access a great diversity of information and situated knowledge. They also provide learners with opportunities to develop their competences in collaboration with other learners, practitioners and stakeholders.

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  • Often we mathematicians are inarticulate when challenged to explain why mathematics is such a critical aspect of K - 12 education today. We know it is, but are so involved in the subject that we have not looked at the broader perspective of the way in which mathematics actually interacts with today’s society. So what follows are some observations that may well be useful in this regard.

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  • But new technologies are not limited purely to mobile devices. Since the introduction of the Internet to mainstream culture during the 1990’s, seekers of information have searched the World Wide Web for answers to infinitely varied questions. The Internet has evolved as a scholarly source of research, as major libraries, museums, organizations and institutions open their collections and archives to digital formats, spreading an unlimited wealth of data and information not previously accessible to the general public.

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  • A rather different perspective is offered by Kelsey and D’Souza (2004) who investigated the experiences of 31 students completing postgraduate agriculture courses by distance education. In their study, formal interactions between students were not built into the majority of the courses, but could occur through email, video conferencing and an online learning system. Disappointingly, despite purporting to explore whether interactions between learners...

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  • The Secretary of State must have received notification of your driver education com- pletion and the notation must appear on your driving record before a driver’s license is issued. Students whose birthdays fall on certain dates are required to pass a driv- ing exam administered at a Driver Services facility even though they may have taken and passed a road test conducted by their driver education instructor. If you receive your driver’s license prior to the expiration of your instruction permit, you may not be required to pay an additional fee when applying for the driver’s license. ...

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  • When you create a geodatabase, as you did in Exercise Add a database server to the Catalog tree and create a geodatabase, there is no data in it. You must add data to new geodatabases either by creating new datasets, importing data, or copying data from one geodatabase and pasting it into another. In this exercise, you will create a feature dataset, then import data from a personal geodatabase to populate it. You will also copy data from a file geodatabase and paste it into your new geodatabase. After the data is loaded, you will update the database statistics....

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  • This paper develops a minimally supervised approach, based on focused distributional sim- ilarity methods and discourse connectives, for identifying of causality relations between events in context. While it has been shown that distributional similarity can help identify- ing causality, we observe that discourse con- nectives and the particular discourse relation they evoke in context provide additional in- formation towards determining causality be- tween events.

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  • Operations in the intermediate stage segregate some elements and group others, forming coherent representations. In late visual process- ing stages certain regions of the object are selected for further scrutiny, memories are activated, objects are recognized and associated with meanings. In the case of visual stimuli found to be aesthetically pleasing, these operations elicit emo- tional processes, which feedback into the system via attentional mechanisms.

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  • Excluded from the defi nition of “swap dealer” are entities entering into swaps for their own account and “not as part of a regular business.”16 Accordingly, it is likely that many private funds would be excluded from the defi nition, in the same way that private funds are generally considered to be “traders” and not “dealers” under Section 3(a)(5) of the Exchange Act because they buy and sell securities for their own account and not as part of a regular business. Additionally, a person or entity that engages in a de minimis quantity of swap dealing is not...

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  • Technically speaking, digital projection does not radically change classic film projection even though the mechanical projector head has been replaced by a digital head, the film spool by a hard disk drive and the platter system by a server. We have already paid utmost attention to these points in order to ensure that the projection quality practically remains the same. Of course, the picture is not visible on its photosensitive carrier anymore: It is from now on quantified...

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  • Finally, the HPDD sheds light on one of the leading issues of the day: the relationship between debt and growth. Separating countries into fast-, medium-, or slow–paced growers over 1885–2009, we find an intuitive pattern. 15 Fast growers consistently registered low debt ratios, while slow growers carried the highest debts for much of the sample period (Figure 7, upper panel). Further light is shed on the debt-growth relationship by a bubble chart that compares debt ratios and (total) PPP GDP (Figure 7, lower panel).

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  • Endocrine disruptors function by: (i) Mimicking the action of a naturally-produced hormone, such as estrogen or testosterone, thereby setting off similar chemical reactions in the body; (ii) Blocking hormone receptors in cells, thereby preventing the action of normal hormones; or (iii) Affecting the synthesis, transport, metabolism and excretion of hormones, thus altering the concentrations of natural hormones.

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  • The universal UDF SAS_JOB represents a complex multi-step process that calls into all the SAS In-Database subsystems that can reside in the DBMS: formats (TKFORMAT subsystem), data transformation and model scoring (TKFUNCTIONS and TSPL subsystems), and analytics (TKSCIENCE subsystem). Both SAS clients and DBMS clients can use the integrated SAS servers. A SAS client communicates directly with the SAS servers deployed on the DBMS head node. The SAS client can execute SAS jobs inside the DBMS by sending commands to the SAS servers that are running on the DBMS head nodes.

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  • Movies have always had a powerful influence on people’s behavior, from how they talk to how they dress. Tobacco marketers took advantage of this power to popularize cigarettes over cigars and to make smoking by women socially acceptable. The number of women stars posing with cigarettes in the 1930s and 1940s may have been no accident. And paying stars to endorse cigarette brands in print and billboard advertising was certainly business as usual, until smoking’s link to lung cancer shattered tobacco’s glamorous image in the early 1960s....

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  • We insure your car for its agreed value. Your car’s agreed value is set by Just Car at the commencement of your policy and it’s almost always adjusted at the beginning of each subsequent period of cover. It is shown on the most recent of your insurance schedule and renewal notice and it does not change during the period of cover. The agreed value includes GST and is the most we will pay for your car , less any excess(es) and any other deductions this policy explains, for accidental loss or damage covered by this policy occurring during the period...

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  • The objective of the first part of the questionnaire was to gather information on the relative importance of different types of forest goods and services in the EU Member States. The respondents were asked to rank the relative importance of forest goods and services (from 1 – not important; to 5 – very important), according to their own perceptions about the total benefits forest goods and services provide to the society. The aim of the second part (Part B) of the questionnaire was to produce an overview of financing mechanisms used in the EU-27. For this purpose, the respondents...

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