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Andrea LaPaugh: Foundations and Future of Information Search PDF - March 4, 2009
Lunch 'n Learn presentation: Everyone googles - in the U.S, about 12 billion times a month (including search engines that aren’t Google). We are mostly pleased with the results we get. How can it be that we give an automated system a couple of words and it finds reasonably relevant documents among one hundred billion or so possibilities? Will our satisfaction with these tools increase or decrease as the Web and our expectations grow? Dr. LaPaugh gives a peek “under the hood” and discuss
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An App A Day: Tasty Apps for iPhone and Android - February 24, 2010
Lunch 'n Learn presentation: Smartphones are the new platform, and apps are the core. At the start of the new decade, Apple reported that the App Store for iPhone users has surpassed 100,000 applications, and users have downloaded over 2 billion apps -- not bad for a new market that was created only a year and a half earlier. Meanwhile, Google's Android Market doubled over the last quarter to around 20,000 apps. In this talk Doug Dixon explores the range of apps being developed for these new pl
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Drug Law Reform
CEPS visitor, Dr Norm Stamper, former Chief of the Seattle Police Department and one of the leading lights of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), a drug-policy-reform group. Dr Stamper is a major proponent of significant drug law reform, believing that the "war on drugs" has actually been a war on people. Having served as a police officer for 34 years, and Chief of the Seattle Police Department from 1998 to 2000, Norm Stamper is one of the strongest voices in the US advocating legalisati
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Frontiers of knowledge: Thailand's border patrol police in the age of Internet research
Over the past decade, Thailand has experienced rapid growth in the number of Internet users and today about one third of the Thai population is regularly online. These Internet users have readily become producers of content, and the proliferation of local language material sees Thai ranked in the top 20 global Internet languages. Thai security agencies have embraced these trends and now maintain a wide range of official websites. In this paper I sketch out a tentative methodology for studying Th
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Week 10 Lecture: Landcare as a Case Study of Community Responses to Land and Water Degradation
Landcare has been hailed as a good example of a grassroots movement that involves the community in natural resource management. This week's lecture will discuss Australia's history of natural resource management, the role Landcare has played in dealing with sustainability issues, and analyse some of the notable strengths and weaknesses of the Landcare movement as a means to link local knowledge, and local action, with government decision making.
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Week 10 Lecture: Landcare as a Case Study of Community Responses to Land and Water Degradation
Landcare has been hailed as a good example of a grassroots movement that involves the community in natural resource management. This week's lecture will discuss Australia's history of natural resource management, the role Landcare has played in dealing with sustainability issues, and analyse some of the notable strengths and weaknesses of the Landcare movement as a means to link local knowledge, and local action, with government decision making.
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Week 09 Lecture: Regional Planning
At what scale can environmental policy and planning best give efficacy to the sustainable management of resources? This week's lecture on regional planning draws together many arguments previously raised in the course to reflect on the ways Australia can be divided into smaller management regions so as to implement and manage environmental policy and planning initiatives at the grassroots level. Regional planning is proposed as one potentially effective way to balance the top down policy initiat
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Week 08 Lecture: role of indigenous people in EPP
Involving Indigenous peoples in environmental policy and planning is both a valuable and difficult exercise for policy makers to manage. On the one hand, Indigenous peoples can help manage the land, and provide a source of local knowledge for better land management, however decision makers have often overlooked this source of knowledge due to a lack of understanding, or systemic cultural differences which impede an effective exchange of ideas. This lecture will explore the current role of Indige
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Week 09 Lecture: Regional Planning
At what scale can environmental policy and planning best give efficacy to the sustainable management of resources? This week's lecture on regional planning draws together many arguments previously raised in the course to reflect on the ways Australia can be divided into smaller management regions so as to implement and manage environmental policy and planning initiatives at the grassroots level. Regional planning is proposed as one potentially effective way to balance the top down policy initiat
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Week 08 Lecture: role of indigenous people in EPP
Involving Indigenous peoples in environmental policy and planning is both a valuable and difficult exercise for policy makers to manage. On the one hand, Indigenous peoples can help manage the land, and provide a source of local knowledge for better land management, however decision makers have often overlooked this source of knowledge due to a lack of understanding, or systemic cultural differences which impede an effective exchange of ideas. This lecture will explore the current role of Indige
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conic designing a search light
West Virginia Math and Science Initiative - Trigonometry - conic designing a search light - American Military University > ACADEMICS AND TRAINING > West Virginia Math and Science Initiative > Trigonometry > conic designing a search light
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Boettke on Elinor Ostrom, Vincent Ostrom, and the Bloomington School
Peter Boettke of George Mason University and author of Challenging Institutional Analysis and Development: The Bloomington School (co-authored with Paul Dragos Aligica), talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the Bloomington School--the political economy of Elinor Ostrom (2009 Nobel Laureate in Economics), Vincent Ostrom, and their students and colleagues at Indiana University. The discussion begins with the empirical approach of Elinor Ostrom and others who have studied the myriad of ways
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"It will be better if the army takes over" - Karachi resident
Pakistanis express concerns about security, calling on the army to guarantee safety following a Taliban raid on the country's busiest airport this week. Deborah Lutterbeck reports. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/reuterssubscribe More updates and breaking news: http://smarturl.it/BreakingNews Reuters tells the world's stories like no one else. As the largest international multimedia news provider, Reuters provides coverage around the globe and across topics including business, financial, nationa
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A Laden Table
A table crowded with local game, seafood, custards and savories is a feast of gratitude. Journeyman Rob Brantley describes the dishes.
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6. Venezuela: Revolutionizing Energy Integration and Democracy
energy, future, sustainable, oil, stability, international, Latin, balance, fossil, equilibrium, alternative, company, environment, resource, Venezuela, price, cost, model, economy, consumer, government, policy, process, local, produce, demand, develop, a
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3 Peter, Roger, Rachel, Jenny and Veera
This unit enables you to hear about some of the participants in the Local Exchange and Trading Schemes (LETS). These are associations of people who make offers of goods and services to and from each other. What is on offer and the requests people make are listed in local directories.
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23. Programming Methodology Lecture 23
Computer, science, technology, programming, software, variable, names, code, language, java, stanford, searching, sorting, key, linear search, binary search, efficiencies, selection sort, sort timing, quadratic growth, radix sort
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5. Programming Paradigms Lecture 5
science, math, engineering, computer, language, source, code, technology, programming, paradigm, C, C++, bit, byte, linear, search, stack, comparison, function, character, star, string, array, integer, binary
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4. Programming Paradigms Lecture 4
science, math, engineering, computer, language, source, code, technology, programming, paradigm, C, C++, bit, pattern, byte, compiler, memory, copy, character, template, void, swap, crash, linear search
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LinkedIn: Important Life Lessons on CoreData & GameKit (March 12, 2010)
Apple iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, computer, application design, software development, App Store, core data, gamekit, resource consumption, performance, connections, user experience, cache, local data, usability, storage, SQLlite, objects, allocations, strin
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