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Fuzzy and Neutrosophic Analysis of Women with Hiv/Aids

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

...opts or cell organizes when sample data changes system parameters. In neural networks, learning means any change in any synapse. We do not identify... ...ion the difference between the supervised and unsupervised learning in neural networks for we often say 16 the data is an unsupervised one. The le... ...ap one ball in I n to one ball in I p . They are comparable to simple neural networks. But we need not adaptively train the minimal FAMs. As discus... ... n to a ball in [0 1] p ∪ [ 0 I ] p . They are comparable to simple neural networks. As FAMs the NAMs need not adaptively be trained. Apart from ... ...Sundays’ a doctor or an expert should talk about HIV/AIDS for half an hour on television. Only when people hear and see for a long duration it will ... ...e or even full time job is spend their time in cinema theaters or before the Television. Thus the media is one of the major reasons for the increas... ...ondition when you read or heard news on AIDS in newspapers, radio and television after you contracted AIDS? : Sad Ashamed Highly ... ...Columbia University Press, New York, 150- 159. 57. Kosko, B., (1991) Neural Networks for Signal Processing, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ. ...

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The Future of the Internet : And How to Stop It

By: Jonathan Zittrain

...e and Stall of the Generative Net—7 1 Battle of the Boxes—11 2 Battle of the Networks—19 3 Cybersecurity and the Generative Dilemma—36 Part II After t... ...ork. In the 1990s, the Internet passed unnoticed in mainstream circles while networks were deployed by competing proprietary barons such as AOL, Com- ... ...n would prevail over the others, apparently imagining that the propri- etary networks would develop in the same way that the separate phone networks—a... ...converged to just one lucky provider. 1 All those bets lost. The proprietary networks went extinct, despite having accu- mulated millions of subscribe... ... $99 Timex/Sinclair Z-1000 or a $199 Texas Instruments TI-99/4A could use a television set as a display, and a standard audio cassette recorder to st... ...to a limited range of applications. For example, TiV o is greatly leveraging—television viewers describe its impact on their lives as rev- olutionary—... ...ted variations in performance have long been smoothed out in refrigerators, televisions, mobile phones, and automobiles. As for PCs, telling users th... ...onality (i.e., disable all storage to and playback from a hard disk drive of television data) in all but 192,708 units of the Infringing Products that... ...o might be using them at that very instant. 10 Imagine sitting down to watch television on an EchoStar box, and instead finding that all your recorded ...

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The Marketing of Ideas and Social Issues

By: Seymour Fine

... so on. A transaction takes place, for example, when a person decides to watch a television program; he is exchanging his time for entertainment. ... ...tamate in baby food, fatty hot dogs, unclean fish, tractors, medical X-rays, color television radiation and many Federal agencies. Another change a... ...tion. Bagozzi (1975) points out that "an exchange can occur between a person and a television program.” The "person gives his attention, support, p... ...ngth of weak ties." This concept has grown out of sociological research on social networks. It is a fact that one's particular communication netwo... ...ak ties of friendship and acquaintance, although the commitment to ideas from such networks may be quite shallow and may lead to compliance only when... ...omething, the channel is word of mouth; if I place a public service announcement on television, the channel is the mass media (see Chapter 7). Au... ...he present context, information is the product. In fact, because a newspaper or a television screen can not deliver an actual product, media are ent...

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Facts and Fictions in the Securities Industry

By: Sam Vaknin

...the mammoth costs of erecting third generation - 3G in the parlance - mobile phone networks in both countries. The two companies were among the acc... ...ts in Europe allow winners to co-invest, co-own, co-operate, and co-maintain their networks? This, at best, is debatable. Frequencies are a commod... ... The licences are fully tradable assets whose value depends on added investment in networks and customers. Too late, telcoms are realizing the magn... ... other periodicals, and in the economic programs on various channels of Macedonian Television. Chief Lecturer in courses in Macedonia organised by ...

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Links and Factoids

By: Sam Vaknin

...st advances in mass media, public transportation, telecommunications, and computer networks. The police - there are 16,000 law enforcement agencies... ...Televa and Luxor of Sweden and became a consumer electronics group - manufacturing televisions and such. Nokia continued with its acquisitions ... ...ary.com suggests that it is derived from a Monty Python skit in their Flying Circus television show in 1970. In it a group of Vikings harass two pat... ...s/ea/side/teapot.html http://www.teachervision.com/lesson-plans/lesson-2851.html Television The transmission of images obsessed inventors as ea... ...iple of scanning a picture, line by line and frame by frame - still used in modern television sets - was proposed simultaneously in the USA (by W.E... ...in the USA (by W.E. Sawyer) and in France (by Maurice Leblanc). The first complete television system - using the newly discovered properties of sel...

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The Silver Lining: Moral Deliberations in Modern Cinema

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...Philadelphia Experiment") a defrosted Rip Van Winkle exclaims upon seeing Reagan on television (40 years after his forced hibernation started): "I k... ...ted by and integrated into complex, shape-shifting and highly- idiosyncratic neural networks resident in the head of the dreaming individual. One ca... ...stance? We don‟t travel to our bank – we use online banking. We remote control our televisions, power stations, cranes, and numerous other machines... ...st radio signals have traversed no more than 130 light years omnidirectionally. Out television emissions are even closer to home. What other source ... ... other periodicals, and in the economic programs on various channels of Macedonian Television. Chief Lecturer in courses in Macedonia organised by ...

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Terrorists and Freedom Fighters

By: Sam Vaknin

...Cafe Mimoza". His government constructed makeshift schools and hospitals, parallel networks of services staffed by the Serb-dispossessed, capitaliz... ... Sam: In my view, this is simply wrong. Modern terrorism - multinational, amorphic networks, with access to technology - is at least 50 years old. ... ... other periodicals, and in the economic programs on various channels of Macedonian Television. Chief Lecturer in courses organised by the Agency o...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...s not a natural kind of bio- feedback: that is an abomination of living neural networks stopping dead without any living bio- feedback. Instead of p... ...heir children at day-care centers, after-school programs, comes home to watch television, and calls itself a family. Now the culture of ‘day care’ h... ...slaved people on Earth. Enslaved by ease and wealth and corruption. Every television commercial, every cultural dance, every cultural song, every... ...ant as the smog produced from our cars, or the constant bombardment of radio, television, and other frequencies that fill the air. Any knowledge a ... ...ld have shit-cams. It would become entirely normal to come home, turn on the television, and watch people taking a shit. And anyone who objected t... ...admissible. This game of legal tactics is shown and demonstrated endlessly in television shows, and demonstrates over and over that people who do no... ...march on Washington. They were more organized. They went to their local news networks and got them to cover it individually… Because the corporate... ... got them to cover it individually… Because the corporate sponsored national networks refused to do so. So they had their million men in Washingto... ... their million men in Washington. They made speeches . The small independent networks gave them a tiny smidgeon of coverage… : Washington itself ig...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

...process where interested people can market to each other. Ignite consumer networks and then get out of the way and let them talk." This is so... ...f the Internet a Medium The internet is simply the latest in a series of networks which revolutionized our lives. A century before the internet, th... ...ars ago. It started with a complete computer anarchy manifested in ad hoc networks, local networks, networks of organizations (mainly universities a... ... Non commercial entities jumped on the bandwagon and started sewing these networks together (an activity fully subsidized by government funds). The ... ...y commercial software can still be downloaded for free. In many countries television viewers still pay for television broadcasts - but in the USA an... ... but in the USA and many other countries in the West, the basic package of television channels comes free of charge. As users / consumers form a ha... ...egins to carry a price tag. This is what happened with the advent of cable television : contents are sold for subscription or per usage (Pay Per View... ...as the computer is less user friendly and less reliable (predictable) than television - less of a black box - its potential (and its future) is limit... ...vision - less of a black box - its potential (and its future) is limited. Television attracts 3.5 billion users daily. The Internet stands to attrac...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

...manner similar to al-Qaida: they freelance and self- assemble ad hoc in cross-border networks to tackle specific issues. Jewish organizations - many ... ...learned to closely cooperate in order to survive. No wonder that all modern global networks - from Rothschild to Reuters - were established by Jews... ...h an independent copy of a book of instructions). The receiver can be passive (as television is). In such a case we will not be justified in sayin... ...n vitro fertilization to space travel. Every technology can be potentially abused. Television can be either a wonderful educational tool - or an a... ...man species be any different? Effects on Society Cloning - like the Internet, the television, the car, electricity, the telegraph, and the wheel b... ...ation), scale hindrances (no possibility to distribute small quantities), "old boy networks" which share political clout and research and developme... ... the land and steal money or solicit bribes because they need the funds to support networks of patronage. Others do it in order to reward their nea... ...ltant position with a firm you formerly oversaw or regulated, your own talk show on television, a cushy job in the administration? The truth is tha... ... over by schools, health – by (national or private) health plans, entertainment by television, interpersonal communication by telephony and compute...

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Capitalistic Musings

By: Sam Vaknin

...ll Street Journal has recently published an elegiac list: "Twenty years ago, cable television was dominated by a patchwork of thousands of tiny, fa... ... longer hierarchical and rigid, business resembles self-assembling, nimble, ad- hoc networks of entrepreneurship superimposed on ever- shifting produ... ...ress International (UPI) Also Read: The Disruptive Engine - Innovation Forgent Networks from Texas wants to collect a royalty every time someon... ...g poses a threat - however distant - to print publishing. Napster-like peer to peer networks undermine the foundations of the music and film indust... ...tes or stands for. Actors are often mistaken for their roles, wars are fought on television, fictitious TV celebrities become real. That which ha... ...ted and disseminated virtually cost-free to the next consumer through the Internet, television, radio, and on magnetic media. MIT has recently place... ...mes). One can hardly benefit from the weather forecasts without owning a radio or a television set - which would immediately tend to exclude the ho... ... the land and steal money or solicit bribes because they need the funds to support networks of patronage. Others do it in order to reward their nea... ...d, arid, and disadvantaged country can nowadays leverage air flight, the Internet, television, cell phones, and other miracles of technology to pro...

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