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Exclusionary Practices Racial & Non - Racial. Overview Land regulatory practices are presumed to be rationally related to a legitimate community need.

determine who may and who may not own or make use of the properties for residential purposes. The excluded class is defined wholly in terms of race or color; "simply that, and nothing more Use of the properties for residential occupancy, as such, is not forbidden. The restrictions of these agreements, rather, are directed toward a designated class of persons and seek to determine who may and who may/


Splash Screen. Chapter Menu Lesson 2-1Lesson 2-1Rational Numbers Lesson 2-2Lesson 2-2Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers Lesson 2-3Lesson 2-3Multiplying.

Property of Multiplication Example 1: Find a Multiplicative Inverse Key Concept: Divide Fractions Example 2: Divide Fractions Example 3: Divide Fractions Example 4: Divide by a Whole Number Example 5: Divide Mixed Numbers/ rational numbers. Lesson 7 TEKS Primary Goal of Solving/of the class wore white shirts. What fraction of the class wore either a green or white shirt? A.B. C.D. A.A B.B C.C D.D 5Min 8-1 A.7.10 B.2.84 C.–2.84 D.–16.6 Solve c + 2.16 = 5. Then check your solution. (over Lesson 2-7) 5Min 8/


ECE 250 Algorithms and Data Structures Douglas Wilhelm Harder, M.Math. LEL Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Waterloo Waterloo,

Properties Necessary properties of /2.4 8 Hash functions Predetermined hash functions For example, an auto-incremented static member variable class Class_name {/Rational number class Problem: –The rational numbers and have different values –The output of int main() { cout << Rational( 1, 2 ).hash(); cout << Rational( -1, -2 ).hash(); return 0; } is 858993503 3435973793 9.2.5.1 20 Hash functions Rational number class Solution: define a normal form –Require that the denominator is positive Rational::Rational/


TSC Workshop, May 2008, U Oklahoma 1 Teaching Software Correctness May 13-15, 2008, University of Oklahoma Rex Page, U Assistants Carl.

of numbers  Verify these properties (avg xs) is a rational number (var xs) is a non-negative, rational number  Definition of avg (defun sum (xs) (if (endp xs) 0 (+ (car xs) (sum (cdr xs))))) (defun avg (xs) (/ (sum xs) (len xs))) (defthm avg-is-rational (implies (rational-listp xs) (rationalp (avg xs)))) implication Average TSC Workshop, May 2008, U Oklahoma 8/ explanations of deep, important material  ACL2 Website  Tutorials, examples, wealth of information  Online help  World-class experts reachable/


OOAD Using the UML - Use-Case Analysis, v 4.2 Copyright  1998-1999 Rational Software, all rights reserved 1 Building Analysis Classes.

up to four primary course offerings and two alternate courses A CourseOffering can appear on any number of Schedules, as either a primary or alternative course A CourseOffering does not have to appear on any Schedule./ be independent of the wheels. OOAD Using the UML - Use-Case Analysis, v 4.2 Copyright  1998-1999 Rational Software, all rights reserved 35 Association Class  A class “attached” to an association  Contains properties of the relationship  One instance per link  Full-fledged class!  Allows/


1 Thoughts on Rationalizing Algebra 1 and 2 in Ways that Serve Kids, Not Universities CAMT – July 16, 2010 Steve Leinwand American Institutes for Research.

number line. That is: √2 ~ 1.4 so 1/1.4 ~ 0.7 And this is rational? 7 8 So just for fun… Simplify: 45 √2 + √7 - 9 (√2 - √7) Actual retail value: 11.08 9 Versus substance If 0 < x < 1, which of/) and producing output (dependent variables). –Algebraic properties allow the generation of equivalent forms of most expressions and equations. –Linear functions are /Boaler’s Work Multidimensional classes “At Railside the teachers created multidimensional classes by valuing many dimensions of mathematical work. This /


MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday 3456 First Day of School 7 10 First Day of Class Vocabulary and Unit Pre-assessment 11 Additive Inverse MCC7.NS.1a.

Unit 1: Modeling Rational Number Sense & Operations Buffer Week 1 – Assessment, Enrichment, & Remediation MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday 1 Approximate Irrational Numbers MCC8.NS.2 2 Approximate Irrational Numbers MCC8.NS.2 3 Unit Post-Assessment 4 7 No school 8 Unit Pre-Assessment 9 Properties of operations w/expressions MCC7.EE.1 10 Properties of operations w/expressions MCC7.EE.1 11 Properties of operations w/expressions MCC7.EE.1 14 Properties of operations w/expressions/


AGENDA: PRE-CALCULUS HONORS. MON. DAY 47; NOV. 02, 2015; (2 nd 9- WEEKS) ZEROS OF POLYNOMIAL FUNCTIONS; LEARNING OBJECTIVES: SWBAT: Use Descartes’ Rule.

numbers, quadratic functions, rational functions and direct, inverse, joint and combination variation problems. ACTIVITIES: PG. 381 # 2, 6, 7, 8, 12,16, 18, 19, 20, 24-27(all), 29, 36, 42, 45, 47, 49, 50, 61, 70, 72, 78. HOME LEARNING: Review for test on Friday 11/20/15. Go to review section of/ 3. Evaluate logarithms. 4. Use basic logarithmic properties. 5. Graph Logarithmic functions ACTIVITIES: Complete worksheet Emphasize the inverse properties of logarithms. W/S ON GRAPHING LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS HOME /


Object Oriented Analysis and Design using the UML Use-Case Analysis Adapted by Dr. Spiegel from Slides Provided by Rational Software.

Schedule) 7: // select 4 primary and 2 alternate offerings( ) 8: // create schedule with offerings( ) 9: // create with /Rational Software, all rights reserved 42 Finding Attributes  Properties/characteristics of identified classes  Information retained by identified classes  “Nouns” that did not become classes/Rational Software, all rights reserved 49 What Does Multiplicity Mean?  Multiplicity answers two questions.  Is the association mandatory or optional?  What is the minimum and maximum number of/


Negotiating Socially Optimal Allocations of Resources U. Endriss, N. Maudet, F. Sadri, and F. Toni Presented by: Marcus Shea.

properties/ 8/Class of individually rational deals allows for any number of resources to be moved between any number of agents Thm 1: Maximal Utilitarian Social Welfare Implications of Theorem 1 –Not really surprising Class of individually rational deals allows for any number of resources to be moved between any number of agents –Difficulty in actually finding an individually rational deal Thm 1: Maximal Utilitarian Social Welfare Implications of Theorem 1 –Not really surprising Class of individually rational/


Semester 5 Class College of Engineering and Computer Science University of Somalia Mohamed Adam Isak M.Sc. And B.Sc. of Information Technology Engineering.

-based systems, the most important system property is the dependability of the system. The dependability of a system reflects the user’s degree of trust in that system. Dependability is a term used to describe a set of related ‘non-functional’ system attributes – availability, reliability, safety and security. IMPORTANCE OF DEPENDABILITY 234 System failures may have widespread effects with large numbers of people affected by the failure. Systems/


American Government and Economic Systems (AGES) American Government and Economic Systems (AGES) is an 18 week course designed to inform you of the basic.

numbers, or even happy and sad faces. The important thing is that each player knows the impact of/ stories behind some of the more common games that we will play in class. Remember these games/ Individual rights and purposes of government. 7. Relate to economic liberty and economic equality. 8. Make the connect the/of the Commons Competing for public property and natural resources? In economics, the tragedy of the commons is the depletion of a shared resource by individuals, acting independently and rationally/


THE REAL NUMBER SYSTEM MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 2015. BELL RINGER What is the difference between a rational and an irrational number? Write your answer as a.

, AUGUST 31, 2015 BELL RINGER What is the difference between a rational and an irrational number? Write your answer as a complete sentence My Goal for Class Today: I can tell the difference between rational and irrational numbers. I understand that any number that can be written as a fraction is a rational number. By the end of class I should be able to answer: What is the difference between/


INTELLIGENT Systems Prof. Magdy M. Aboul-Ela

change with the passage of time but the agents performance score does) Discrete (vs. continuous): A limited number of distinct, clearly defined /(or a small equivalence class) is rational Aim: find a way to implement the rational agent function concisely Table-/start in {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8} e.g., Right goes to {2,4,6,8} Solution? [Right,Suck,Left,Suck] Contingency Nondeterministic: /: fringe = LIFO queue, i.e., put successors at front Properties of depth-first search Complete? No: fails in infinite-depth spaces, /


Legislative Developments

transactions were not rational economic hedges Capital structure was not rational Costs and fees for the transaction were extremely high Expected rate of return for the /D and B are not related persons. Treas. Reg. § 1.336-2(k), Example (8). In the deemed asset sale, T recognizes its gains, but its net losses are disallowed./, so computed, in determining the number of shares of each class of stock of the issuing corporation, the amount of money, and the other property to be exchange for all the proprietary/


1 Translating the Vision of the 9-12 Common Core State Standards into Highly Effective H.S. Math Programs The Leona Group May 23, 2011 Steve Leinwand.

side ratios in right triangles are properties of the angles in the triangle, leading to definitions of trigonometric ratios for acute angles. 7. Explain and use the relationship between the sine and cosine of complementary angles. 8. Use trigonometric ratios and the /recognized that there were a significant number of 9 th graders who were not being successful in Algebra 1. To address this problem, the county designed Algebra Seminar for approximately 20% of the 9 th grade class in each high school. These /


Cooperative games Pierre Dehez CORE, University of Louvain

v(3) v(123) = v(23) 1.3 Particular classes of games A game is monotonic if enlarging a coalition is never /Properties of the value By construction, the Shapley value satisfies the four axioms. Individual rationality is not included in the axioms and the Shapley value may not be individually rational/of Ministers Distribution of votes (EU-6 à EU-15) Quota = minimum number of votes (environ 70%): 12/17 in 1958 54/76 in 1986 62/87 in 1994 Fr De It Be Nl Lu UK Dk Irl Gr Sp Pt Se Fi Au 1958 4 2 1 1986 10 5 3 8/


Module 2: Introduction to UML

of ideas began in mid 90’s. Rumbaugh joins Booch at Rational ’94 v0.8 draft Unified Method ’95 Jacobson joins Rational/classes, and components Examples: Class stereotypes: boundary, control, entity, utility, exception Inheritance stereotypes: uses and extends Component stereotypes: subsystem Stereotypes — extends vocabulary. Tagged values — extends properties of UML building blocks. Constraints — extend the semantics of/case Track Order - Obtain and verify the order number; For each part in the order, query /


Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

–5 –4 –3 –2 –1 1 y 32 16 8 4 2 0.5 y-intercept  1 The graphs are reflectionally symmetric about the y-axis. 5.4 Graphs of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions A. Graphs of Exponential Functions Properties of the graphs of exponential functions: 1. The domain of exponential function is the set of all real numbers. 2. The graph does not cut the x-axis, that/


University of Southern California Center for Software Engineering CSE USC 3/22/01 ©USC-CSE 1 Developing and Integrating Software/System Product, Process,

in UML) Class Design (UML class diagram) Automatically derived Views University of Southern California Center for Software Engineering CSE USC 3/22/01 ©USC-CSE 17 Property Model Research at/3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 20, 31, 32, 35, 36, 37, 39 Type of Application Simple Block DiagramExamplesSimplifiersComplicators Multimedia Archive ·/ 1.15M SLOC Ada Average number of people 75 Schedule 75 months Process/standards DOD-STD-2167A Iterative development Rational host DEC host DEC VMS targets/


1 An Exact, Complete and Efficient Computation of Arrangements of Bézier Curves Iddo Hanniel – Technion, Haifa Ron Wein – Tel-Aviv University.

. 2000]). Handle only a specific family of curves (conics [Wein 2002], cubics [Eigenwillig et al. 2004]).  Not efficient: Computer algebra systems can be used for computing exact arrangements but are too slow. 8 Preliminaries  CGAL’s Arrangement package [ www.cgal.org/, www.cs.tau.ac.il/CGAL/ ].  Exact rational and algebraic number types [CORE, LEDA].  Bézier curve properties for faster computation. Our work is/


Java Review Selim Aksoy Bilkent University Department of Computer Engineering

the Java programming language: A program is made up of one or more classes A class contains one or more methods A method contains program statements Attributes/properties correspond to fields (or variables) Behaviors/operations correspond to/ = tryMe (25, 4.32) Invocation Spring 2004CS 11155 Object Relationships Some use associations occur between objects of the same class For example, we might add two Rational number objects together as follows: r3 = r1.add(r2); One object ( r1 ) is executing the method/


The Ubiquity of Elliptic Curves Joseph Silverman (Brown University) MAA Invited Address Baltimore – January 18, 2003.

polynomial ring in infinitely many variables:  = C [T 2, T 4, T 6, T 8, …]. (T 2n is the cobordism class of projective space CP n.) An important object in topology is the (complex oriented) cobordism ring . The genus/ with additional topics.] Silverman, Joseph H.; Tate, John. Rational points on elliptic curves. Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1992. [An introduction to the number theoretic properties of elliptic curves at an advanced undergraduate level.] A Numerical Example /


Amirkabir University of Technology Department of Computer engineering & IT Software Engineering II Unified modeling Language (UML) April 2006 In the Name.

ديدگاه هاي مختلف درباره سيستم وجود دارد 8 Unified Modeling Language Modeling ديدگاه هاي مختلف / در Rational Rose: /property}] Example: ConvertToGerog (PerDate: String = CurDate): Date - خاصيت Visibility مانند کلاس است. 56 Unified Modeling Language Diagrams : Class Diagram Generalization Relationship: A generalization is a relationship between a general thing (called the superclass or parent) and a more specific kind of/of the objects. Appropriate features: 1- sequence number: to indicate the time order of/


Introduction to UML Fall 2005 OOPD John Anthony. What We’ll Discuss What is UML (and a bit of history) What is UML (and a bit of history) Why we need.

..1 – zero or one object may be associated with the property 0..1 – zero or one object may be associated with the property * - any number of objects may be associated with the property * - any number of objects may be associated with the property Generalization Depicts the “is a” relationship. Depicts the “is a” relationship. Sequence Diagrams Shows the sequence of interactions between objects. Benefits include: Validate and flesh out/


AP European History Review.

of the working class could be solved by changes in political organization of the country – push for greater male suffrage People’s Charter of 1838 wanted: Universal male suffrage Secret Ballot Abolition of property requirements in Parliament Payment to members of/ of rational ideas from Enlightenment 118. How did philosophy change around the turn of the century and what new ideas emerged? Science revealed ideas that appeared to be less rational – same happens in philosophy Nietzsche – rejection of rational /


The Sociology of Social Movements (SC325) Theory, Culture, Meaning, Emotion, and Contentious Politics Dr. Lee Garth Vigilant Professor of Sociology.

in their self-interest follows logically from the premise of rational and self-interested behavior. It does not follow because all of the individuals in a group would gain if they achieved their group objective, that they would act to achieve that objective, even if they were all rational and self-interested. Indeed, unless the number of individuals in a group is quite small, or unless/


Introduction to Rational Rose 1 Rational Rose Tutorial Anis Yousefi Teaching Assistant SE3KO4 / SE3MO4 Software Development for Computer and Electrical.

contain ‘views’ too…) Models generally contain a number of diagrams – some of these terms are ‘used’ interchangeably… E.g. Design model contains class diagrams, sequence diagrams, and a number of others…. Diagrams: means by which we view of the system. Different building blocks (model elements) for different types. E.g.: classes, interfaces, collaborations, components, nodes, dependencies, generalizations, and associations. Introduction to Rational Rose 17 Views Just as there are/


1 Week 1 Given problems with signed real numbers, perform basic arithmetic operations, using a hand help calculator, including conversions of percentages,

: $ 70 New balance: -$ 20 7 The Integers The Whole numbers together with the negatives of the counting numbers form the set of integers {…-3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3,…} 8 The Rational Numbers Any number that can be express as a ratio (or quotient) of two integers {a/b, where a and b are integers, with/2) = 4*5 - 4*2 Example: 4(x-2) = 4x-4*2 Remember: to distribute the negative sign across the parentheses. 65 Commutative Property For any real numbers a and b a + b = b + a Example: 5 + 4= 4 + 5 a*b= b*a Example: 5*4=4*5 /


College Algebra I Week 1 The University of Phoenix Inst. John Ensworth.

classes. Sometime! Get help. **EX 7-18** Example 2 (pg4) These examples combine the definitions of the sets of numbers (integers, whole numbers, rational numbers, natural (or counting) numbers) with our number line. **EX 19-28** The real numbers on a number line There is a place on a number line for every real number/s 10/17 **EX 57-68** What about zero? It kills all. The multiplication property of zero 0 ·a = 0 and a ·0 = 0 Example 8 name that process page 63 This example just names what is going on and is /


"Minorities in Europe” Session 5: Minority and Regional Languages in Europe. Language Minorities in Old and New Europe Denis Gruber Faculty of Sociology,

of the everyday life (Bolte 2000:27) Transformation of „Everyday life“ in post- socialism society participants must adapt to new demands and have to rationalize/4%10%4%8%2%0%/class Classes were formed to control the means of property This would in turn result in class conflicts Social Class: Max Weber (1864 – 1920) dimensions of social inequality: class positions are interpreted as market and power positions difference between property class and worker class (property/number of owners of second homes growth of/


OOAD Using the UML - Use-Case Analysis, v 4.2 Copyright  1998-1999 Rational Software, all rights reserved 1 Object Oriented Analysis and Design Using.

Analysis Steps OOAD Using the UML - Use-Case Analysis, v 4.2 Copyright  1998-1999 Rational Software, all rights reserved 10 Professor name empID create( ) save( ) delete( ) change( ) Class Name Attributes Operations Review: Class  Recall, a class is an abstraction  Describes a group of objects with common:  Properties (attributes)  Behavior (operations)  Relationships  Semantics  A class is an abstraction in that it  Emphasizes relevant characteristics; suppresses others  Consists/


Class Discussions 2015. Topic 1. New cognitive perspectives.

? What do we think of someone who… ▪ … often misses classes? ▪ … copies in exams/of chips to define property rights on pets) Topic 5. Market and politics (8 ) ▪ How can we correct failures of rationality/of fraud are yesterday’s big investors ▪ Who is most rational – the consumer or the citizen? ♦E.g.: Speed limit of 110 km/h on highways Poaching wildlife ▪ Why? What to do? ♦Key variables? ▪ Does allocation of property rights fully solve the problem? Topic 5. Market and politics (9 ) ▪ Is the number of/


1 Module 2: Introduction to UML  Background  What is UML for?  Building blocks of UML  UML Diagrams.

of ideas began in mid 90’s.  Rumbaugh joins Booch at Rational ’94  v0.8 draft Unified Method ’95  Jacobson joins Rational/classes, and components Examples: –Class stereotypes: boundary, control, entity, utility, exception –Inheritance stereotypes: uses and extends –Component stereotypes: subsystem Extensibility of UML Stereotypes — extends vocabulary. Tagged values — extends properties of UML building blocks. Constraints — extend the semantics of/the message with some numbering scheme. 212 Collaboration /


CSE2102 CTINS-1 The CT Insurance Department Project Prof. Steven A. Demurjian, Sr. Computer Science & Engineering Department The University of Connecticut.

Accident, Property, / 7/8: Software/Number of GUI Clients (30??)  Should AdvDataEntryOp have Application Due to Size and Complexity of Software?  Will InitDataEntryOp Utilize Downloaded Applet Due to Lack of/Rational Rose  Allows Modularization of UML Design  Integration with JDK 1.2.2  Ability to Load Zip/JAR File to Bring in All JDK 1.2.2 Classes and APIs  UML Designs can Utilize APIs/Classes  Simplifies Transition to Software Development by Allowing Specifics to be Included  For Example, GUI Classes/


® IBM Software Group © 2011 IBM CorporationUpdated March, 2011 RDz Workbench – BMS and MFS Map Editors Jon Sayles, Rational System z Products -

RDz/BMS Map Editor  Appendix 8 Objectives After completing this unit, you should be able to:  Describe the types of 3270 data streams available to CICS /class in BMS per se http://www-949.ibm.com/software/rational/cafe/docs/DOC-2895 …or…  You will have to do a lot more reading of/properties:  As shown in the screen captures here  Or – feel free to experiment with your own options for this new field (this is not a production map) 42 Using the Palette – 6 of 6 – Finished Enhancement  Added – Phone number/


T. Mhamdi, O. Hasan and S. Tahar, HVG, Concordia University Montreal, Canada July 2010 On the Formalization of the Lebesgue Integration Theory in HOL On.

subset of R. –None of this is available in the existing rational theory in HOL. Borel Sigma Algebra 15 Rational Numbers Borel Sigma Algebra The formalization is fairly rich. Set of rational numbers: Q is dense in R: Properties of rational numbers: -x, x+y, x*y, 1/y, x/y 16 Theorem: B(R) is generated by the open intervals ]c,d[. It is also generated by any of the following classes of intervals/


Normative foundations of public Intervention. General normative evaluation X, a set of mutually exclusive social states (complete descriptions of all.

if and only if there exists a strictly positive real number b such that, for every x  X, U(x) = bG(x). Can we measure happiness ? (8) Notice that the precision of a measurement is a decreasing function of the « size » of the class of functions that are considered equivalent. Ordinal measurement is not precise because the class of functions that provide the same information on well-being is/


DATA AND FILE STRUCTURE USING C MCA110 M K Pachariya Id. Department of Computer Application, Galgotias.

of storage for each element. ADT Example ADT contains value definition & operation definition ADT Rational is a mathematical model of Rational number (P/q) & Addition multiplication, testing of equality. Value definition Definition Abstract typedef Rational Condition Rational[1] !=0; Operation definition of ADT Rational Abstract Rational/ look at ``broad classesof values, or the /algorithm, fast machine combination. Properties of the Big-Oh Notation (/, -3, 5”) second half =8 (“2, 6”) Max subsequence sum/


OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVES: Review, practice, and secure concepts. Breakdown the barriers of vocabulary and format. Analyze data from the District and State.

equals positive GLCE: N.FL.07.09 Estimate results of computations with rational numbers. [Core] State Results District Results A9% B17% C61% D12% 5. Which of the following is closest to the value of the expression below? -71.83 ÷ -9.26 A. -10 B. -8 C. 8 D. 10 GLCE: N.FL.07.09 Estimate results of computations with rational numbers. [Core] State Results District Results A27% B36% C18% D19/


Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Tenth Edition, (c) 2015 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 1 1 Chapter 13 Abstract Classes and Interfaces.

explore the similarities and differences among concrete classes, abstract classes, and interfaces (§13.8). u To design the Rational class for processing rational numbers (§13.9). u To design classes that follow the class-design guidelines (§13.10). Liang, /class that imposes no restrictions on what or when the user can do with it, design the properties to ensure that the user can set properties in any order, with any combination of values, and design methods to function independently of their order of/


Chapter Rational Numbers and Proportional Reasoning 6 6 Copyright © 2013, 2010, and 2007, Pearson Education, Inc.

of Addition for Rational Numbers Addition Property of Equality If are any rational numbers such that, and if is any rational number, then Copyright © 2013, 2010, and 2007, Pearson Education, Inc. Subtraction of Rational Numbers If are any rational numbers, then is the unique rational number such that Copyright © 2013, 2010, and 2007, Pearson Education, Inc. Subtraction of Rational Numbers If are any rational numbers, then Copyright © 2013, 2010, and 2007, Pearson Education, Inc. Example 6-8 Find each/


Kansas State University Department of Computing and Information Sciences CIS 730: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Lecture 2 of 41 Monday, 23 August.

Condition-Action Rules What action I should do now Environment Kansas State University Department of Computing and Information Sciences CIS 730: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Agent Framework: Simple Reflex Agents [2] Implementation and Properties –Instantiation of generic skeleton agent: Figure 2.8 –function SimpleReflexAgent (percept) returns action static: rules, set of condition-action rules state  Interpret-Input (percept) rule  Rule-Match (state, rules) action  Rule/


IF COLEMAN’S BOAT MAKES WATER, WHAT WILL KEEP SOCIOLOGY AFLOAT? PRESENTATION AT THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY OTTO-FRIEDRICH-UNIVERSITÄT BAMBERG NOVEMBER.

PROPERTIES IN MY OPINION WEBER TOOK TWO PROPERTIES AS THE JOINT CAUSE OF BEHAVIOUR : OPPORTUNITIES PLUS MOTIVATIONS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SMITH AND WEBER WAS THAT THE ACCUMULATION OF WEALTH WAS AN UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCE OF THE RATIONALIZATION OF THE MEANS OF/OF NON-RELIGIOUS IN AREA PERCENT OF CATHOLICS IN AREA AVERAGE EDUCATION IN AREA STRICTNESS OF NATIONAL ABORTION LAW NUMBER OF ABORTIONS IN COUNTRY AS PERCENT OF NUMBER OF BIRTHS ASSUMED CAUSAL ORDER PERCENT OF CATHOLICS STRICTNESS ABORTION LAW NUMBER OF/


Rational RobotJ Field Training Advanced Topics. Confidential Information Agenda  Regular Expressions  Debugging  Adding Libraries and Classes  Data.

Rational RobotJ Field Training Advanced Topics Confidential Information Agenda  Regular Expressions  Debugging  Adding Libraries and Classes  Data Driven Testing  Modifying Options for Script Execution  Querying Values of Object Properties  Handling Ambiguous Recognition  Handling Unexpected Active Windows  Adding Manual and Dynamic VPs  Regular Expressions  Debugging  Adding Libraries and Classes  Data Driven Testing  Modifying Options for Script Execution  Querying Values of Object /


IBM Software Group © 2003 IBM Corporation Name Title Company JavaServer Faces (JSF) Ease of Use in Action (WSAD V5.1.2) (Additional presentations, tutorials.

of applications (J2EE, non-J2EE) Great supplement to WebSphere Studio Not designed to be a full function UML tool EJB & Java class diagrams only Customers who want full function UML tools will need Rational XDE Rational XDE is a full UML modeling tool: EJB & Java class/ (allows formatting of dates/numbers/etc) Binder:/is synchronized) Palette Visual Editor Properties View Alignment Window Source Editor /Build, generate and build SQL and EJB apps) 8. Testing and Performance Profile Tooling 9. Integrated Servers/


Intelligent agents 1 1. Summary of Previous Chapter In Chapter 1 the concept of rational agents was identified as central to our approach to artificial.

of environments is done to show how properties of an environment influence the design of suitable agents for that environment. Basic agent designs are discussed 3 Outline Agents and Environments The concept of Rationality The nature of Environments The structure of Agents 4 Rational – Meaning Rational – relating to the reason – not physical A system is rational/ 8 Agents/of the agent over the environment class A rational agent for a given environment class maximizes the average performance 82 Types of/


Copyright © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Foundations of Algebra CHAPTER 1.1Number Sets and the Structure of Algebra 1.2Fractions 1.3Adding and Subtracting.

and Dividing Real Numbers; Properties of Real Numbers 1.4 1.Multiply integers. 2.Multiply more than two numbers. 3.Multiply rational numbers. 4.Find the multiplicative inverse of a number. 5.Divide rational numbers. Slide 1- 92/of n numbers, divide the sum of the numbers by n. Arithmetic mean = Slide 1- 156 Copyright © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Example 8 Bruce has the following test scores in his biology class: 92, 96, 81, 89, 95, 93. Find the average of his test scores. Solution Divide the sum of/


Lecture 2 The Methodological Foundations of EAP PEDU 7206.

the mode of intentional explanation, we may distinguish numbers of perspectives, they/of the class relationship of capitalism yThe alienating and reifying effects of the commodification process on human existence in the capitalistic mode of production yThe ideological and hegemonic distortions on cultural context of capitalism Traditions of Critical Theory: A Brief Account zMax Weber’s critical theory on Rationalism: Max Weber (1864-1920) is one of the founding father of sociology and a critical theorist of/


ALGEBRA 2; AGENDA; DAY 1; MON. AUG. 24, 2015 (1st 9-Weeks) ›OBJECTIVE: DISCUSS OPENING OF SCHOOL PROCEDURE. Introduce the Number Systems (Real and Complex.

.1 Students will add, subtract, and multiply complex numbers and use i² = -1 to write the answer as a complex number. ›ACTIVITIES: Review Properties of Real numbers. Notes on complex numbers. ›Perform arithmetic operations with complex numbers. › Home Learning: REAL NUMBERS AND NUMBER OPERATIONS ›Whole Numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, …. ›NATURAL NUMBERS; 1, 2, 3, ……. ›INTEGERS: -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, …. ›RATIONAL NUMBERS: numbers such as ¾, 1/3, and -4/1 (or/


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