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Fuzzy and Neutrosophic Analysis of Women with Hiv/Aids

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

... ordered in a paper bound reprint from: Books on Demand ProQuest Information & Learning (University of Microfilm International) ... ...NCES 290 INDEX 312 ABOUT THE AUTHORS 316 5 Preface Fuzzy theory is one of the best tools to analyze data, when the data under s... ...pervised one, involving uncertainty coupled with imprecision. However, fuzzy theory cannot cater to analyzing the data involved with indeterminacy.... ...l women in Tamil Nadu. Chapter 2 is an analysis of the situation using fuzzy theory in general and Fuzzy Relational Maps (FRM) in particular. The F... ... of the nodes/ concepts. In Chapter 4 for the first time we use neutrosophic theory in general and neutrosophic relational maps (NRM) in particular... ...already exist) in contact with the soma of the second cell. Learning encodes information. A system learns a pattern if the system encodes the patte... ...tern in its structure. The system structure changes as the system learns the information. We may use a behavioristic encoding criterion. 15 Learn... ... unknown distribution of patterns. Uniform sampling probability, provides an information theoretic criterion for an optimal quantization. We first ... ... The distinction depends on whether the learning algorithm uses pattern-class information. Supervised learning uses pattern class information, where...

...Fuzzy theory is one of the best tools to analyze data, when the data under study is an unsupervised one, involving uncertainty coupled with imprecision. However, fuzzy theory cannot cater to analyzing the data involved with indete...

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Data Recovery E-Book

By: EaseUS

...Data Recovery Book V1.0 (Visit http://www.easeus.com for more information) DATA RECOVERY BOOK V1.0 FOREWORD -----------------------... ...----------------------------------------------------------- The core of information age is the information technology, while the core of the inform... ... technology, while the core of the information technology consists in the information process and storage. Along with the rapid development of the i... ...e information and the popularization of the personal computer, people find information more and more useful and need it ever more than the past. Owni... ...age devices and modes to save data. What’s more, when saving the data and information, it is more important to ensure the storage security as well as... ...2, with 32-bit cluster numbers, of which 28 bits are currently used. In theory, this should support a total of approximately 268,435,438 (< 2 28 ) ...

...The electric book introduces the construction of hard disk, the theory of data saving, construction of file system, the reasons of data lost and the examples of data recovery in detail. For more information visit http://www.easeus.com...

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Kabbalah for Beginners

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...ure, we should only work with those categories that yield solid, reliable information. As we will soon see, only the first two categories, Mat- - ter... ...aith to complete the missing pieces of the picture. But this is not solid information—it is blind faith. In Kabbalah, faith means the exact opposite... ...hlag (The Rabash), Rav Mi- - chael Laitman, Professor of o ntology and the Theory of Knowledge, PhD in Philosophy and Kabbalah, and MSc in Medical B...

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Kabbalah for the Student

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...e terms of the wisdom than all our ordinary tongues. It is known from the theory of nominalism that the languages have been 27 Th e e s s e n C e o... ...nd forbidden us to not only refrain from drawing any conclusions based on theory, but even prohibited us from being assisted by such theories, even ... ...returned to the previous Dvekut with his Essence. However, all this is in theory. In fact, they have not answered anything with the explanation of c... ...iffiCUl TiES in dETErmining ThE Tr UTh When we discuss good attributes, in theory, there is certainly no better attribute than the attribute of truth... ...egrees in its progress toward organizing the lives of the collective. In theory, everyone willingly agreed and took it upon themselves to not devia... ... is how all the holy books were written. It turns out that the writing is information about spiritual forces and operations. When Kabbalists read boo... ...e do not intend to delve deep or expand the explanation and the amount of information, but to direct the student towards obtaining the drive to prog...

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Report on Orphaned Works

By: Marybeth Peters

............................................................23 1. Inadequate Information on the Work Itself................................................ .............................................. 28 3. Limitations of Existing Information Resources......................................................... .......................................................... 29 b. Third-Party Information Resources ........................................................ ................................... 31 4. Difficulties Researching Copyright Information .................................................................. ...ying and locating the copyright owner, such as (1) inadequate identifying information on a copy of the work itself; (2) inadequate information about... ...v. Ashcroft, 537 U.S. 186, 219-21 (2003). 124 Id. at 219 (“[E]very idea, theory, and fact in a copyrighted work becomes instantly available for pub... ...rch of the mandatory registry would, standing alone, be sufficient, but in theory a formal Page 77 REPORT ON ORPHAN WORKS U NITED STATES COPYRIGHT...

...f work and type of use involved. Several others were in favor of a “formal” approach, whereby the copyright owner is required to maintain his contact information in a centralized location, and a user need only search those centralized locations to perform a reasonable search. That approach was offered as being more certain than the “ad hoc” approach....

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Report on Orphaned Works

By: Marybeth Peters

............................................................23 1. Inadequate Information on the Work Itself................................................ .............................................. 28 3. Limitations of Existing Information Resources......................................................... .......................................................... 29 b. Third-Party Information Resources ........................................................ ................................... 31 4. Difficulties Researching Copyright Information .................................................................. ...ying and locating the copyright owner, such as (1) inadequate identifying information on a copy of the work itself; (2) inadequate information about... ...v. Ashcroft, 537 U.S. 186, 219-21 (2003). 124 Id. at 219 (“[E]very idea, theory, and fact in a copyrighted work becomes instantly available for pub... ...rch of the mandatory registry would, standing alone, be sufficient, but in theory a formal Page 77 REPORT ON ORPHAN WORKS U NITED STATES COPYRIGHT...

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The Kabbalah Experience

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...lion people from all corners of the world visit it every month. They download information about the method of Kabbalah and the way to conduct their ... ...annot invent something new that is unlike what we feel in our senses. All the information that arrives through these tools and through our senses is... ...ls with acquiring knowledge that exceeds their limitations. For example, when information in the form of sound approaches us, how do we know it is s... ...turn of the eardrum to its original position, and translates that pressure to information about sound. We perceive this data as a combi- nation of so... ...eality beyond our senses. If we compare man to a closed box that gets all its information from the outside, and only within the boundaries of our se... ...els of nature – still, vegetative, animate and speaking. Q: Is Kabbalah just a theory, or has it been tested in practice? A: It is not a theory. With ... ...ult. A: When we read the books of Kabbalah, we accumulate its wis- dom only in theory. We believe that this way we accumulate knowledge and experienc... ...E E G O I S M Q: Through a continuous spiritual quest, I have comprised a new theory about Kabbalah. It is The Theory of Shapes. It has an immense s... ... think that that is exactly what you are seeking to change. There is no other theory and no other practical method! But if you want to explain your ...

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Kabbalah Revealed

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...t internet sites for both number of visitors and quantity of educational and informational materials on the science of Kabbalah. Biographies 11 P... ...the founder and foremost exponent of Systems Philosophy and General Evolution Theory. Born in Budapest, Hungary in 1932, Laszlo made his debut as a... ...agree that he or she is unworthy of knowing; hence we try to “steal” whatever information we want, and which isn’t openly accessible. But that wasn’... ...in words—that it doesn’t work. Before something is tested, it’s nothing but a theory. 96 KABBALAH REVEALED The spiritual worlds have boundaries, too... ... our job to decide which of these categories provide us with solid, reliable information, and which do not. The Zohar chose to explain only the firs... ...se faith to complete the missing pieces of the picture. But this is not solid information—it is just blind faith. In Kabbalah, faith means the exact...

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Modelling of Rationality...and Beyond the Physics

By: Gh. C. Dinulescu

... The author of this paper is convinced that the Platonic theory of ″reminiscence″ is not a mere speculation, and the meaning of the... ...r optimistic- poised approaches. Related to the novel character of a new theory, the physicist Niels Bohr said: <For a theory to be true, it shoul... ...″internal perfection and external confirmation″ should be selected>. This theory assumes scientific responsibility for its assertions and tries to fu... ...k. In the ″History of Ancient Thought″, Athanase Joja states that <.… the theory of reminiscence is purely Platonic. The idea that science exists as... ...l essence of spirituality, to the effect that the monads are, come to be, information carriers. If this was not already stated, it is now the time t... ...was not already stated, it is now the time to state that the monad is the ″informational unit″. As regards the intellect, one can state that its mai... ...ic explanations for this phenomenon, we prefer to classify such pieces of information as false or to assign them to some conjunctural affective condi... ... even controlled cataleptic conditions. Based on some occultist pieces of information there have been speculations on the possibility of extrasensor... ...he case of sensory communication (printed matter, video or audio recorded information, archaeological artifacts, etc. 26 are not finally subject ...

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The Future of the Internet : And How to Stop It

By: Jonathan Zittrain

... Zittrain Yale University Press New Haven & London A Caravan book. For more information, visit www.caravanbooks.org. The cover was designed by Ivo va... ...e is the increasing lockdown of the PC itself. PCs may not be competing with information appliances so much as they are becoming them. The trend is st... ...side will change. But the core battle will remain. It will be fought through information appliances and Web 2.0 platforms like to- day’s Facebook apps... ...tary networks and the Internet, and a corresponding fight between specialized information appliances like smart typewriters and the general-purpose PC,... ...ift away from the original chaotic design that has given rise to the modern information revolution. This counterrevolution would push mainstream user... ...ativity, but it lacks accessibility. 11 The Generative Pattern 77 Affordance Theory Fields such as psychology, industrial design, and human-computer i... ...ble options are as obvious and inviting as possible to the intended users. A theory of affordances can also be used to predict what various people migh... ...he damage that they can inadvertently do. Yet unlike generativity, affordance theory does not focus much on systemic output. Instead, it takes one obje... ... and delineates its possible or likely uses. More recent incarnations of the theory suggest that the object’s designer ought to anticipate its uses an...

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The Religious Dimension

By: Donald Broadribb

...ssions have been made, the authors apologize and would appreciate relevant information so that acknowledgments can be included in future editions. Bib... ...IMENSION 10 To explain the family tree in Figure 1, some basic historical information is required. On the first level we find Egyptian religion of ap... ...ears later did a scientist in the West propose a different explanation—the theory of genetics. (Even so, many intelligent thinkers in the East believe... ...than in most religious traditions. In his remarkable application of Jung’s theory of psychological types to the classification of religions, Toynbee s... ... carefully worded and made into creeds. In Toynbee’s application of Jung’s theory of psy- chological types, Christianity is defined as an extroverted,... ...cades after his death. They are, however, of limited value with respect to information about contemporary historical events, since their content is la... ...ristianity are also com- pletely lacking. For this reason, a great deal of information about Jesus comes from later centuries, and from a historical p... ... which the quotations above have been taken, Carl Jung was formulating his theory of complexes, which had grown out of detailed observations of a youn... ... important paper titled “Orenda and a definition of religion,” which gives information of major importance about how the Iroquois actually used the te...

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The Williams Record

By: Student Media

...ews; it is far more sat- isfactory to the editorial staff to receive ready information than to be forced to resort to dissection and methods of cross-... ...tistics received from the members of the senior class reveal the following information of the plans of the members of 1907 after graduation : Alexande... ...cles there is a har- vest of work for those v.ho carry into practice their theory that Williamstown can be beautified. The nest issue of The Record wi... ...ss. SEPT, 30, 1907 —Reoord oandidates meet in 8 J. H. tonight at 7.30. The Theory of Grievance Against Customs Abolition By the widely varying view po... ...ognition as a college interest. If only as an element of dis- proof to the theory maintained by some that intercollegiate interest in basketball is dy... ...een at a maximum. But there now appears a change of policy. Working on the theory that it must be a live and moving activity or else none at all, and ... ...eers' path and sever itself from all intercollegiate ath- letic relations. Information comes that the athletics of Columbia uni- versity are undermine... ...A^Y North Adams, Mass, Vol. 21 OCT. 28. 1907 A Question of Policy Altbougb information from vari- ous Bources has implied the re- newal of a friendly ... ...ins November 17, 1907 FEES ,$125.00. No Extra Laboratory Fees. For further information address H. L. White, Secretary, Burlington, Vt. Editor Willifin...

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Unlocking the Zohar

By: Rav Michael Laitman

... me+3, and so forth. There are 125 before us, each containing a piece of information that defines the way we should be. In the language of Kabbalah... ...re, conducts of Nature and the foundation of creation. Don’t we need this information? Whatever the case may be, within each of us is a special feel... ...and his wife, Sarah, made great efforts to explain and circulate this new information. They gathered around them people who felt as they did—that th... ...ts tales and judgments are treated literally, there is no recognition or information in them to know their Maker. Moreover, there are commandments ... ...s waves that we do not perceive. However, there is also a field of higher information called “the upper nature” or “the creator.” We can come in co... ...aLevi Ashlag (The Rabash), Michael Laitman, Professor of ontology and the Theory of Knowledge, PhD in Philosophy and Kabbalah, and MSc in Medical Bi...

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From Chaos to Harmony

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...ounding reality. Therefore, 40 FROM CHAOS TO HARMONY he sought more and more information, and wanted to research and control everything. If we obse... ...ucleus of each cell contains the genetic code that encompasses all the body’s information. Theo- retically, this is all the information needed to rec... ...NEW DEGREE Even though all the cells in our bodies contain identi- cal genetic information, each cell puts a different part of that information into ... .... This is why each creature aspires for freedom. Yet, Nature does not provide information con- cerning which actions we are free to choose, and which... ...e that in the end, we are ruled by two sources: our in- born elements, and the information we absorb from our environment during the course of our li... ...mals behave in this manner, and we shall briefly review the leading ones. The theory of “Group Selection” asserts that altruism serves the good of t... ...ch an animal be- longs, hence the specific animal is rewarded by it, too. The theory of “Kin Selection” explains that if altruism is turned toward t... ... it indirectly contrib- utes to the survival of its own genes. The “Symbiosis” theory argues that altruistic behavior is based upon the particular a...

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The Point in the Heart

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...lists, a group unparalleled in history. they created a bridge of language, information, and feel- ings, forces, and lights between the way we understa... ...ne of it was coincidental. every- thing that happens is a manifestation of information that preexisted in the initial spark of light. Following the i... ...World 9 3 the reason for the appearance of every detail in nature is the information that was initially rooted in the spark of light. Kabbalah expl... ... role of the media should manifest. instead of being a dubious source of information, the media needs to gain trust by con- tributing to the educati... ...aLevi Ashlag (The Rabash), Michael Laitman, Professor of Ontology and the Theory of Knowledge, PhD in Philosophy and Kabbalah, and MSc in Medical Bi...

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The Zohar: Annotations to the Ashlag Commentary

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...nation of letters and words. This is a special way of recording spiritual information. Parsa—firmament, the division between the world of Atzilut and... ...ual world and thus establish direct contact with the Creator, convey this information to us using four languages: 1. The language of the TaNaKh (Tora... ...all. It is the only language that can accurately render all the spiritual information. However, only through direct study with a Kabbalist-teacher ca... ...irect study with a Kabbalist-teacher can a student learn it and grasp its information. And since for many generations there were only a few Kabbalis... ...ing Light. This means that, even after one already receives the spiritual information of the entire degree, he delights in the Upper Light that desc... ... Ashlag (The Rabash), Rav Michael Laitman, Professor of Ontology and the Theory of Knowledge, PhD in Philosophy and Kabbalah, and MSc in Medical Bi...

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Report on Orphan Works

By: Library of Congress

............................................................23 1. Inadequate Information on the Work Itself................................................ .............................................. 28 3. Limitations of Existing Information Resources......................................................... .......................................................... 29 b. Third-Party Information Resources ........................................................ ................................... 31 4. Difficulties Researching Copyright Information .................................................................. ...ying and locating the copyright owner, such as (1) inadequate identifying information on a copy of the work itself; (2) inadequate information about... ...v. Ashcroft, 537 U.S. 186, 219-21 (2003). 124 Id. at 219 (“[E]very idea, theory, and fact in a copyrighted work becomes instantly available for pub... ...rch of the mandatory registry would, standing alone, be sufficient, but in theory a formal Page 77 REPORT ON ORPHAN WORKS U NITED STATES COPYRIGHT...

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Basic Concepts in Kabbalah

By: Rav Michael Laitman

...part—our universe and our planet--the heart of this universe. This sphere of information, thoughts, and emotions affects us through the laws of the... ...“language of the branches,” thus facilitating a precise exchange of spiritual information. B A S I C C O N C E P T S I N K A B B A L A H 22 We may a... ... practice. When basic theoretical assumptions prove to be faulty, the entire theory collapses and can immerse millions in torment. Can we wish to fu... ...several theories: P E R F E C T I O N A N D T H E WO R L D 31 Evolution: This theory does not consider it necessary to ex- plain the above-mentioned ... ...velops in conformity with evolution, meaning the harsh laws of survival. This theory refers to the Creator as “nature,” there- by emphasizing its ins... ...d, one cannot assert that every level of nature is ruled by mere chance. This theory has led to the conclusion that two forces exist, positive and n... ...of society and one’s thought does not manage one’s body. Rather, the external information is stored in the brain’s memory; and like a mirror, the br... ...ody and its organs make a single whole and constantly exchange sensations and information. For example, if the body feels that one of its parts can ... ...he spiritual world. Therefore, Kabbalists have found a reliable way to convey information and knowledge to one another. They use the names of object...

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Abuse, Trauma, And Torture, And Their Consequences and Effects

By: Sam Vaknin

...test details and behaviours. He punishes severely and abuses withholders of information and those who fail to conform to his wishes and goals. The n... ... uncover his actions and reveal the truth. He closely monitors and censors information from the outside, exposing his captive audience only to sele... ...ord, C. Fred. Narcissism: Socrates, the Frankfurt School and Psychoanalytic Theory. New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 1988 2. Devereux, G... ...University of Chicago Press, 1980 3. Fairbairn, W. R. D. An Object Relations Theory of the Personality. New York, Basic Books, 1954 4. Freud S. Three... ...the Personality. New York, Basic Books, 1954 4. Freud S. Three Essays on the Theory of Sexuality [1905]. Standard Edition of the Complete Psychologi... ...eenberg, Jay R. and Mitchell, Stephen A. Object Relations in Psychoanalytic Theory. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1983 9. Grunberger, ... ...hod of obtaining knowledge than the systematic study of outside sources of information in accordance with strict and tedious curricula. Narcissists... ...ssism: Implications for Practice", published by the Educational Resources Information Centre, the line between enhancing self-esteem and fostering... ... chance. React with your full arsenal to the first transgression. Abuse of Information From the first moments of an encounter with another person,...

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A History of U. S. Communications Security (Volumes I and Ii);1973

By: David G. Boak

... only. The governmentattic.org web site and its principals have made every effort to make this information as complete and as accurate as possible, ... ...ct to any loss or damage caused, or alleged to have been caused, directly or indirectly, by the information provided on the governmentattic.org web ... ...of Executive Order (E.O.) 12958, as amended and is enclosed. We have determined that some of the information in the material requires protection. Some... ...ere found to be currently and properly classified in accordance with E.O. 12958, as amended. The information denied meets the criteria for classificat... ...58, as amended. Section 6.2 (c) of E.O. 12958, as amended, allows for the protection afforded to information under the provisions of law. Therefore, t... ...nomolies. An anomaly, IS you may know, is a peculiarity or variation from the expected nonn. The theory is this: suppose, when a crypto­ system ia hoo... ...elopment in the nuclear weapons field which led to the Atomic EDeIIY Act tbat does - at lcaat in theory - conslrain open work in that field. But there...

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