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Neutrosophic Dialogues

By: Florentin Smarandache

...tive breakthroughs, there is no qualitative leap. On the contrary, our TV networks and computer networks are contaminating society, bringing it into... ...an and the U.S. have to admit that the United States would be ruined from television. Is it better in our mainland? How can we be saved from cultu... ...usnesses have been stolen. (The United States could be destroyed by TV and networks. If China follows, say nothing of the future, the present is alre... ... technological advances, good things also beckon misfortune. Let’s look at television, for example. I know people will object to my analysis of TV, s... ...nism. You're out of step with the times.” Nonetheless, in my opinion, the television is a menace to human life. The television is a man-eater. Did yo... ...n these days. Instead of doing their schoolwork, they sit in front of the television set. They're glued to the screen, and it eats up their very lif... ...iples of being good people. They will learn only how to stare dully at the television. And what does the TV teach them? Every kind of strange and fre...

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Analysis of Social Aspects of Migrant Labourers Living with Hiv/Aids Using Fuzzy Theory and Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

... risk. 7. Some women said that awareness must not only be made through television or posters but should be made through street dramas or songs or... ... generalize often correctly from past experience to future events. Neural networks or neuro-computing or brain like computation is based on the wist... ...the flexibility and power of the human brain by artificial brains. Neural networks consists of many simple computing elements generally simple non l... ... together with far more complex and far more structured couplings, neural networks architecture cover a wide range. In one sense every computer is ... ...ns were proposed in 1943 as models of biological neurons and arranged in networks for a specific purpose of computing logic functions. The problems... ...urpose of computing logic functions. The problems where artificial neural networks have the most promise are those with a real-world flavor: medical... ...r that we have to bring in the maximum of our change. Further, unlike the television which is planned for family viewing, the radio is often listene... ...rint media and the obscene portrayal of women in semi-naked states in the television. While habits like alcoholism, smoking or even visiting comm... ...tion when you read or heard news on AIDS in newspapers, radio and television after you contracted AIDS? : Sad Ashamed Highly depre...

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