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Articulated Figure Positioning by Multiple Constraints
A problem that arises in positioning an articulated figures is the solution of 3D joint positions (kinematics), when joint angles are given. If more than one such goal is to be achieved, the problem is often solved interactively by positioning or solving one component of the linkage, then adjusting another, then redoing the first, and so on. This iterative process is slow and tedious. The authors present a method that automatically solves multiple simultaneous joint position goals. The user inte
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Embedding the concept of competency maps
This presentation outlines the background, context and transferability of a competency mapping tool originally developed in health but suitable for enterprise
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In recent years, scientists have made huge gains in their understanding of how genes can be altered and transferred from one organism to another - but that knowledge has been acquired amidst controversy and concern. The deep ethical concerns that have resulted from the emergence of genetic manipulation are explored in this course. We begin with an examination of the basic structure and function of genes. A number of pioneering examples and techniques are explored, helping to explain why our p
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Office Hours: Gary King and Stuart Shieber on Open Access and Dissertations
Harvard Professors Gary King and Stuart Shieber provide advice to graduate students about open access, dissertations, and journal publishing, and answer the questions: * What is open access? * How can it help your career as a scholar? * Should dissertations be made open access? * If your dissertation is publicly available, won’t someone steal your ideas? * Can you negotiate with publishers to make your articles open access? To read open Harvard scholarship, visit http://dash.harvard.edu. To
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Remote Control (5:30)
This video explains how the remote control was invented and its impact on society and how problems were overcome. A good video to show students that good ideas can be improved upon and also an essay on whether it was go good idea.
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Dr. Robert Putnam on The Difference Network at Marquette University
In the second of a two-part series, Dr. Robert Putnam explains the "Aunt Susan" phenomenon, and he and Dr. Joseph Daniels discuss how Americans have been shifting their religious affiliations to align with their political beliefs.
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Editing Music in Audacity-part 7
This video discusses how to use the toolbar to edit the music track that you put under the interview for your podcast.  Again, save, save, save with different names so you can go back to a previous version if you make a mistake. (5:09)
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Poster for 1902 Junior Farce
A poster for "The Converse of the Proposition" a farce comedy by Edith Barrett Parker performed by the junior class on January 25, 1902.
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Jazz Composition
Over 130 online music courses and programs enrolling now at Berkleemusic.
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School of Home Economics, Auburn University
This image is a color photograph of the School of Home Economics, Auburn University, Auburn, Ala. Postcard text: (back) Provides classrooms and laboratories for the departments in the School of Home Economics.
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Bringing the Penal State Back In
(Editors Note: Unfortunately the last few minutes of the question and answer session are missing from the podcast) We need to bring the penal state back to the centre of the sociology of social inequality, public policy, and citizenship. Loïc Wacquant is professor of sociology at the University of California, Berkeley and Centre de Sociologie Européenne, Paris. Nicola Lacey is a professor of criminal law at LSE.
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Rajya Sabha
Official website of the Rajya Sabha (Council of States) which is one of the Indian Houses of Parliament. Rajya Sabha is the Upper House of Parliament and its members are not elected directly by the Indian people but by the Legislative Assemblies of the various states. The site has background information on the role and composition of Rajya Sabha, organisational information and profiles of members. Details of parliamentary business are provided in bulletins, journals and synopses of debates. Ques
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2.4 Ownership, control and ideas about the body

This section focuses on the extent to which a person becomes invisible when a practitioner rigidly adheres to a specific view of health and disease, and fails to accept that others (specifically the person they are treating) may have different ideas about illness or, indeed, about their body. The imposition of a fixed view of illness and disease can be extremely disempowering for people seeking help.

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Back bench rebels
 Philip Cowley, Reader in the University’s School of Politics and International Relations, was recently nominated for the Times Higher young researcher of the year award. In this podcast, Philip discusses his research into back bench rebellions within the British parliament. Philip describes his research as practical politics, linking academic research to the real world of political debate.

Since the British Labour party’s re-election with a reduced majority of 66
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The Road to China: Fresh Insights into the World's Fastest-growing Economy
Earlier this year, Harbir Singh, Wharton’s vice-dean for Global Initiatives, launched a series of trips to foreign countries as a way for faculty to gain a deeper understanding of international economies and then use this knowledge in their teaching and research. Six professors recently visited the Chinese cities of Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, and met with executives from Lenovo, Haier and Huawei, among other companies. Knowledge@Wharton asked three of the participants – Singh, m
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Bruised but Not Out: A Bullish View on the Future of Financial Innovation
The Great Recession has given a black eye to the tools of financial innovation. Collateralized debt obligations, synthetic derivatives and other once-arcane investment vehicles are now the poster boys of what went wrong -- toxic players in the boom-and-doom scenario of the housing implosion and market rout. But these highly opaque and complex instruments are not representative of real financial innovation, which stresses transparency and responsible management of risk, argues Wharton finance pro
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Northern Ireland to Iraq: Valuable Lessons
 Professor Stefan Wolff

Could the experiences of Northern Ireland help conflict zones like Iraq and Afghanistan?

Professor Stefan Wolff looks back at the Good Friday Agreement, and the lessons that have come out of the peace process in Northern Ireland

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Dozier family photograph
Mary Dozier (the sister of Morrill, Charles, Edmund, and William Boynton) with her three sons in the yard beside a large house.
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