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Advances in Artificial Intelligence - IBERAMIA-SBIA 2006

Author : Jaime Simao Sichman
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Page : 656 pages
File Size : 29,36 MB
Release : 2006-10-06
Category : Computers
ISBN : 3540454624


This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 2nd International Joint Conference of the 10th Ibero-American Conference on Artificial Intelligence, IBERAMIA 2006, and the 18th Brazilian Artificial Intelligence Symposium, SBIA 2006. The book presents 62 revised full papers together with 4 invited lectures. Topical sections include AI in education and intelligent tutoring systems, autonomous agents and multiagent systems, computer vision and pattern recognition, evolutionary computation and artificial life, and more.

Federal Register

Author :
Publisher :
Page : 1018 pages
File Size : 33,9 MB
Release : 1971-06-16
Category : Administrative law


Work and Lifecourse in Japan

Author : David W. Plath
Publisher : SUNY Press
Page : 286 pages
File Size : 29,33 MB
Release : 1983
Category : Social Science
ISBN : 9780873957045


The durability of Japan's industrial products now holds world acclaim. But the durability of jobs in Japan--despite misleading Western images of lifetime employment--is no better than in other industrial nations. The "group model" of Japanese society that has been in fashion in the West confuses the goals of an organization with the personal aims and aspirations of its members. Like workers anywhere, those in Japan must go through life reconciling their duties to the job with their often conflicting obligations to family, to community, and to self-respect. Career outcomes are anything but certain in Japan--once we see them from a worker's point of view. Work and Lifecourse in Japan is a collection of workers' eye-level reports on career development in a variety of Japanese organizations and professions. In addition, there are overview chapters on employment trends in the Japanese economy, and on the problems of scheduling one's life-events in the demanding milieu of our post-industrial world.

Shadow of the Mogollon Rim

Author : Craig Main
Publisher : AuthorHouse
Page : 316 pages
File Size : 42,2 MB
Release : 2011-11
Category :
ISBN : 1467025526


SHADOW of the MOGOLLON RIM Being a Texas Ranger had its rewards—though they were few and far between—but after twelve long and lonely years on horseback tracking down and arresting what seemed like an endless number of ruthless, cold-blooded fugitives from justice, Clint Wells had had enough. By the grace of God, he had survived the hardships and dangers of his job. At thirty-seven years of age—and feeling several years older—the time had finally come to hang up his reliable Colt revolver, surrender the tarnished silver badge, and head further west. The Arizona Territory had its own brand of special lawmen, the Arizona Rangers, and they needed Clint's priceless experience. If they got their way, he would not be hanging up his six-shooter anytime soon. The year was 1892; the place was central Arizona—and the wonderful smell of late spring was in the air.

Federal Communications Commission Reports

Author : United States. Federal Communications Commission
Publisher :
Page : 1480 pages
File Size : 33,22 MB
Release : 1983
Category : Communication policy