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Take The Witness

Author : Lawrence W. Newman
ISBN : 9781929446711
Genre : Law
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Category: Law

Computational Intelligence

Author : David B. Fogel
ISBN : 0471274542
Genre : Computers
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The definitive survey of computational intelligence from luminaries in the field Computational intelligence is a fast-moving, multidisciplinary field - the nexus of diverse technical interest areas that include neural networks, fuzzy logic, and evolutionary computation. Keeping up with computational intelligence means understanding how it relates to an ever-expanding range of applications. This is the book that ties it all together - and puts that understanding well within your reach. In Computational Intelligence: The Experts Speak, editors David B. Fogel and Charles J. Robinson present an unmatched compilation of expanded papers from plenary and special lecturers attending the 2002 IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence. Collectively, these papers provide a compelling snapshot of the issues that define the industry, as observed by some of the top minds in the computational intelligence community. In a series of topical chapters, this comprehensive volume shows how current technology is shaping computational intelligence, and it delivers eye-opening insights into the field's future challenges. The research detailed here covers an array of leading-edge applications, from coevolutionary robotics to underwater sensors and cognitive science, in such areas as: Self-organizing systems Situation awareness Human-machine interaction Automatic control Data recognition Computational Intelligence also includes introductions to each grouping of contributions that provide helpful tutorials and discuss important parallels between topics. Whatever your role might be in this dynamic, influential field, this is the one reference that no practitioner of computational intelligence should be without.
Category: Computers

The Experts Speak

Author : Christopher Cerf
ISBN : 0679778063
Genre : Humor
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Gathers lies, misinformation, and errors propagated by experts in science, politics, construction, technology, broadcasting, sports, art, music, and business
Category: Humor

Baseball Tips

Author : Tom Rowen
ISBN : OCLC:19608457
Genre : Baseball
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Category: Baseball

Science Was Wrong

Author : Stanton T. Friedman
ISBN : 9781601637314
Genre : Science
File Size : 88.20 MB
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Two months before the Wright brothers' historic flight at Kitty Hawk, a top scientist declared that "no possible combination of known substances, known forces of machinery and known forms of force can be united in a practical (flying) machine...." Germ theory was first advanced in ancient Sanskrit texts thousands of years ago, but wasn't widely accepted until late in the 19th century. Space travel was declared "utter bilge" in 1956 by the British astronomer Royal, one of a long line of scientists who "proved" it was impossible. Throughout history, it has been difficult, even impossible, to promote the acceptance of new discoveries. Yet during the last two centuries, there has been a veritable explosion of new cures, theories, techniques, and inventions that have revolutionized aviation, space travel, communications, medicine, and warfare. Most of them, of course, were deemed "impossible." Science Was Wrong is a fascinating collection of stories about the pioneers who created or thought up the "impossible" cures, theories, and inventions "they" said couldn't work. How many have suffered or died because cures weren't accepted? How many inventions have been quashed? How much progress was delayed or denied? You will end up shaking your head in disbelief and even disgust as you learn the answers.
Category: Science

Forensic Ethics And The Expert Witness

Author : Philip J. Candilis
ISBN : 9780387353838
Genre : Psychology
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This book details possible ethical situations and pitfalls that forensic psychiatric experts would commonly encounter when making a court testimony. Richly illustrated with cases from medicine, psychiatry, and law, this elegantly written volume examines the common moral ground that links these usually separate domains, and relates forensic ethics to larger concepts of morality and justice.
Category: Psychology

I Wish I Hadn T Said That

Author : Christopher Cerf
ISBN : 9780006531494
Genre : Faux pas
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Did you ever have the uneasy feeling that the experts are not ... well, experts? 'We don't like their sound. Groups of guitars are on the way out.' Decca Recording Company executive, turning down the Beatles, 1962 I Wish I Hadn't Said That sets straight thousands of examples of expert misunderstanding, miscalculation, egregious prognostication, boo-boos, and just plain lies. The experts have been wrong about everything under, including and beyond the sun: time, space, the sexes, the races, the environment, economics, politics, crime, education, the media, history and science. In I Wish I Hadn't Said That we see just how much the experts don't know. 'No woman in my lifetime will be Prime Minister' Margaret Thatcher
Category: Faux pas

Before You Put That On

Author : Lloyd Boston
ISBN : 1451628722
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Style guru Lloyd Boston is familiar to millions of viewers across the country as a fashion editor for NBC's Today show and a regular on E! Entertainment's Style Network. He's familiar to readers who made his style guides for men -- and the women who dress them -- bestselling books. Now with Before You Put That On, Boston delivers 365 expert fashion tips to help women create a wardrobe and a personal style they can be proud of every day of the year -- using much of what may already be in their closets! Lloyd Boston defines finding your style as "taking your world and giving it shape." That's what he's done for his individual and corporate clientele for years, and now with this beautifully designed book -- including his own original art -- he's offering his insider secrets to you. Boston's user-friendly references are filled with inspirational ideas for looking and feeling your most stylish. Friendly, frank, and with a wealth of professional tips at his disposal, Boston guides readers through an entire year's worth of fashion choices, beginning with a new style resolution at the top of the year, through the fresh fashion possibilities of spring and barely dressed days of summer, and back through the glittering holidays. Before You Put That On offers: • Hints for choosing garments to flatter every body type • Simple solutions for going from day to night in minutes • Tailoring tricks that bring new life to items you already own • Advice on adding accessories that turn a look from frumpy to fabulous • Organizational tips for creating a user-friendly closet
Category: Health & Fitness

The Writer S Book Of Hope

Author : Ralph Keyes
ISBN : 9781466827899
Genre : Reference
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In 1889, the editor of the San Francisco Examiner, having accepted an article from Rudyard Kipling, informed the author that he should not bother to submit any more. "This isn't a kindergarten for amateur writers," the editor wrote. "I'm sorry, Mr. Kipling, but you just don't know how to use the English language." A century later, John Grisham was turned down by sixteen agents before he found representation-and it was only after Hollywood showed an interest in The Firm that publishers began to take him seriously. The anxiety of rejection is an inevitable part of any writer's development. In this book, Ralph Keyes turns his attention from the difficulty of putting pen to paper-the subject of his acclaimed The Courage to Write -to the frustration of getting the product to the public. Inspiration isn't nearly as important to the successful writer, he argues, as tenacity, and he offers concrete ways to manage the struggle to publish. Drawing on his long experience as a writer and teacher of writing, Keyes provides new insight into the mind-set of publishers, the value of an agent, and the importance of encouragement and hope to the act of authorial creation.
Category: Reference