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Classification of Lathes By Homework Help Classof1
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One of the most important machine tools in metal industry is the lathe. The main function of a lathe is to remove material from a workpiece so as to give it the required shape and size. A suitable... More > classification of lathe machines is difficult due to many variations available in their size, design, methods of drive and applications.< Less
Classification Of Vibration By Homework Help Classof1
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"Vibration can be classified in several ways. Some of the important classifications are as follows. • Free Vibration. If a system, after an initial disturbance, is left to vibrate on its... More > own, the ensuing vibration is known as free vibration. No external force acts on the system. The oscillation of a simple pendulum is an example of free vibration. • Forced Vibration. If a system is subjected to an external force (often, a repeating type of force), the resulting vibration is known as forced vibration. "< Less
Animal Classification By Nick and Riley
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Binary and Multiclass Classification By Brian Kolo
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Classifiers are ‘black boxes’ that examine an input and place the input into a category. Examples include medical diagnostics (presence/absence of a disease), quality control (is a part... More > defective?), search engine results (does a page match the search criteria?), language identification (what is the language of a document?), and data quality metrics (does this data set have sufficient quality metrics?). Increasingly, software tools are developed that implement or automate the classification process. Competing classification algorithms are compared to determine which is better suited for a particular application. This book develops the tools needed to measure classifier performance, compare classifiers, and rank order the results. This text examines the properties of binary and multiclass classifiers from a general perspective. Topics include classifier performance metrics, error analysis, comparison of classifier performance, metric distributions, and receiver operator characteristics (ROC).< Less
Binary and Multiclass Classification By Brian Kolo
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Classifiers are ‘black boxes’ that examine an input and place the input into a category. Examples include medical diagnostics (presence/absence of a disease), quality control (is a part... More > defective?), search engine results (does a page match the search criteria?), language identification (what is the language of a document?), and data quality metrics (does this data set have sufficient quality metrics?). Increasingly, software tools are developed that implement or automate the classification process. Competing classification algorithms are compared to determine which is better suited for a particular application. This book develops the tools needed to measure classifier performance, compare classifiers, and rank order the results. This text examines the properties of binary and multiclass classifiers from a general perspective. Topics include classifier performance metrics, error analysis, comparison of classifier performance, metric distributions, and receiver operator characteristics (ROC).< Less
Fundamentals of Library of Congress Classification By Lori Robare et al.
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The Association for Library Collections and Technical Services (ALCTS) and the Program for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC) have joined forces to develop a program designed to teach skills in using... More > Library of Congress Classification. This joint initiative is a logical outgrowth of the missions of both organizations. As reflected in their respective strategic plans, each has a strong commitment to training and continuing education. The partnership to create training programs in basic cataloging skills began with a workshop on subject cataloging using Library of Congress Subject Headings. This was followed by a workshop on name and title authority work. In 2004, a task force was appointed to develop a new workshop on Library of Congress Classification. The task force was charged with: identifying the potential audience for the material; evaluating existing materials; determining the comprehensiveness of course materials...< Less
Financial Product Classifications By Martin Sexton
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This publication will take the reader on a Darwinian journey of discovery; we will examine the principles of designing classification schemes with particular emphasis on the idiosyncrasies of the... More > financial sector. Classifications, taxonomies and typologies in general use (including the likes of ISO 10962, Bank of International Settlements OTC classification, ISITC Settlements and reconciliation classifications) and those proposed or under development (e.g. ISDA Taxonomies) are explored. An investigation is undertaken as to the appropriate mechanisms for representing classifications and how they can be deployed. The potential impact on product design in the light of the new regulatory frameworks (Dodd-Frank and EMIR in particular) is investigated. The reader should bear in mind that, “All regulatory roads lead to data” and this publication is the Killer App for grappling with the minefield of financial instrument and product classification - the latest must have Sat Nav.< Less
The Science of Fingerprints (Classification and Uses) By J. Edgar Hoover
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From the INTRODUCTION: "[This] the study of fingerprints has been prepared by the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the use of interested law enforcement officers and agencies, particularly... More > those which may be contemplating the inauguration of fingerprint identification files. It is based on many years' experience in fingerprint identification work out of which has developed the largest collection of classified fingerprints in the world. Inasmuch as this publication may serve as a general reference on classification and other phases of fingerprint identification work, the systems utilized in the Identification Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation are set forth fully. The problem of pattern interpretation, in particular, is discussed in detail." -J. EDGAR HOOVER, Director.< Less
Classification of Life Insurance Frauds By Mayur Joshi
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