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object and landscape By tyler r. thompson
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the study of an object and it's relation to a natural environment
object and landscape By tyler r. thompson
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Inventory of Objects By Julian Jason Haladyn
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This artist bookwork represents an inventory of the objects that Cheslaw Haladyn had in his possession at his final place of residence when he died in September 2008. Inventory of Objects that... More > Belonged to Cheslaw when he Died is the first in a series of seven books that each document aspect's of my grandfather in relation to his experience at Auschwitz, both direct and peripheral.< Less
Object Oriented Design for Unification Theory - Essay On Relative Gravity By Orion Daley
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Orion Daley's revolutionary new theory of Relative Gravity explains in an object oriented way how the universe is put together. The fundamental universe is viewed like a plasma of alternating... More > currents. Symmetry is conserved through polymorphism of inherent properties. Given a wave length of some deep time, symmetry in properties is not at the exclusion of randomness. As derivatives, the four known forces: the Electro Strong and Weak, Electromagnetism and Gravity are considered to share symmetry where differentiated by their context. The relationship of dark and light matter is seen as that of impedance where particles to galaxies, or any other body between, are first viewed as manifolds having common and inherent properties. Particles can have opposite charge, and harmonics of vectors for strings with wavelengths subject to distortion. Bodies are considered skew-able and cumulative with respect to others within their context. Gravity is viewed as their fundamental relationship through superposition.< Less
Object-relational mapping (ORM): High-impact Strategies - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors By Kevin Roebuck
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Object-relational mapping (ORM, O/RM, and O/R mapping) in computer software is a programming technique for converting data between incompatible type systems in object-oriented programming languages.... More > This creates, in effect, a "virtual object database" that can be used from within the programming language. There are both free and commercial packages available that perform object-relational mapping, although some programmers opt to create their own ORM tools. This book is your ultimate resource for Object-relational mapping (ORM). Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.< Less
Reuse of Learning Objects in Context - Human and Technical aspects By Allard Strijker
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The book describes issues related to the reuse of learning objects and the implementation of learning technology standards for reuse of these learning objects in different contexts (university,... More > commercial, and military) and the human and technical aspects involved. Learning objects are defined as digital entities, available for use or reuse in different learning settings. Human aspects relate to motivation for reuse, organizational incentives, and applied learning scenarios. Technical aspects related to reuse of learning objects include the development of objects, repositories, services of repositories, and technology to exchange learning objects. The research identified dimensions related to use of learning technology standards for reuse such as organizational cultures, learning scenarios, incentives for reuse, work processes, and how learning objects are stored.< Less
Reuse of Learning Objects in Context - Human and Technical aspects By Allard Strijker
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The book describes issues related to the reuse of learning objects and the implementation of learning technology standards for reuse of these learning objects in different contexts (university,... More > commercial, and military) and the human and technical aspects involved. Learning objects are defined as digital entities, available for use or reuse in different learning settings. Human aspects relate to motivation for reuse, organizational incentives, and applied learning scenarios. Technical aspects related to reuse of learning objects include the development of objects, repositories, services of repositories, and technology to exchange learning objects. The research identified dimensions related to use of learning technology standards for reuse such as organizational cultures, learning scenarios, incentives for reuse, work processes, and how learning objects are stored.< Less
A Composite Spectrum of Quasar Objects from the SDSS By Matthias Wolf et al.
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In this paper,  quasar object data from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) was used  to create a high signal to noise composite quasar spectrum. It was found that a relatively small... More > sample could be combined to produce a coherent composite spectra broadly representative of that produced by much larger composites. The mean signal-to-noise ratio was 113.92. 24 emission line features were identified and an attempt made to describe the underlying continuum. It was found that the composite spectra produced compared favourably to two published  studies(Peterson 1997 and Vanden Berk et al. 2001), validating  the approach adopted in this study.< Less
Middle Way Philosophy 1: The Path of Objectivity By Robert M. Ellis
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Initially inspired by the Buddha's Middle Way, but working in Western Philosophy and related disciplines, Robert M. Ellis first developed Middle Way Philosophy in a Ph.D. thesis in 2001. This new... More > detailed account is the product of a further ten years of refinement of his approach, and concentrates on the philosophical core. It will be followed by further volumes focusing more on the psychological and practical implications of the philosophy. Middle Way Philosophy aims to clear the ground for practical progress. It challenges many entrenched assumptions, including those of analytic philosophy. It also offers a new account of objectivity, as an incremental quality that helps us to engage with all conditions in our experience. It insists on a consistent approach to both facts and values that avoids both absolute claims and relativism. "An important, original work, that should get the widest possible hearing." Iain McGilchrist, author of 'The Master and his Emissary'< Less
Middle Way Philosophy 1: The Path of Objectivity By Robert M. Ellis
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Initially inspired by the Buddha's Middle Way, but working in Western Philosophy and related disciplines, Robert M. Ellis first developed Middle Way Philosophy in a Ph.D. thesis in 2001. This new... More > detailed account is the product of a further ten years of refinement of his approach, and concentrates on the philosophical core. It will be followed by further volumes focusing more on the psychological and practical implications of the philosophy. Middle Way Philosophy aims to clear the ground for practical progress. It challenges many entrenched assumptions, including those of analytic philosophy. It also offers a new account of objectivity, as an incremental quality that helps us to engage with all conditions in our experience. It insists on a consistent approach to both facts and values that avoids both absolute claims and relativism."An important, original work, that should get the widest possible hearing." Iain McGilchrist, author of The Master and his Emissary< Less