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Our Mutual Friend (Illustrated) By Charles Dickens
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A satiric masterpiece about the allure and peril of money, Our Mutual Friend revolves around the inheritance of a dust-heap where the rich throw their trash. When the body of John Harmon, the... More > dust-heap’s expected heir, is found in the Thames, fortunes change hands surprisingly, raising to new heights “Noddy” Boffin, a low-born but kindly clerk who becomes “the Golden Dustman.”< Less
Our Mutual Friend By Charles Dickens
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The story of the Harmon ''dust'' fortune and those who inherit it. Although somewhat a mystery, an important point concerning the identity of certain characters is revealed halfway through, without... More > hinting as to the ending.< Less
Mutually Reinforcing Systems By John Urquhart Ferguson
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People can be used by computers to solve problems. In most cases this 'human computation' is used to gather information that computers struggle to create. These problems can be phrased as games to... More > provide an incentive for people to do the work. In the past, these games have captured a broad level of information in the hope that specific needs will be covered. But what happens when we need specific information that the games have not been designed to create? Mutually reinforcing systems are a new approach to human computation that tries to attain this focus by allowing multiple systems to work together so that each one can benefit from the other's strengths. This dissertation shows that extending human computation techniques to allow the collection and classification of useful contextual information in mobile environments is possible and can be extended to allow the by-products to match the specific needs of another system.< Less
Mutually Reinforcing Systems By John Urquhart Ferguson
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People can be used by computers to solve problems. In most cases this 'human computation' is used to gather information that computers struggle to create. These problems can be phrased as games to... More > provide an incentive for people to do the work. In the past, these games have captured a broad level of information in the hope that specific needs will be covered. But what happens when we need specific information that the games have not been designed to create? Mutually reinforcing systems are a new approach to human computation that tries to attain this focus by allowing multiple systems to work together so that each one can benefit from the other's strengths. This dissertation shows that extending human computation techniques to allow the collection and classification of useful contextual information in mobile environments is possible and can be extended to allow the by-products to match the specific needs of another system.< Less
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Our Mutual Friend By Charles Dickens
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A satiric masterpiece about the allure and peril of money, Our Mutual Friend revolves around the inheritance of a dust-heap where the rich throw their trash. When the body of John Harmon, the... More > dust-heap’s expected heir, is found in the Thames, fortunes change hands surprisingly, raising to new heights “Noddy” Boffin, a low-born but kindly clerk who becomes “the Golden Dustman.” Charles Dickens’s last complete novel, Our Mutual Friend encompasses the great themes of his earlier works: the pretensions of the nouveaux riches, the ingenuousness of the aspiring poor, and the unfailing power of wealth to corrupt all who crave it. With its flavorful cast of characters and numerous subplots, Our Mutual Friend is one of Dickens’s most complex—and satisfying—novels.< Less
Mutual discovery, at the end of the tunnel By Antoine Archange Raphael
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Racial conflicts, more than ever, are in full swing and stir up human relationships. However, Bernard and Marie manage to change their nascent hatred to harmony, mutual discovery and love. To reach... More > such positive outcome, they agree to talk about existential conditions …< Less
Our Mutual Friend By Charles Dickens
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Charles Dickens’ novel “Our Mutual Friend” was issued during 1864-1865. It is actually the last finished novel of the author. It’s known that while before starting to write... More > the novel "Our Mutual Friend", Dickens often walked around the pier and slums of the London East End, visited police stations, taverns and zucchini, studied their atmosphere, listened attentively to the conversations of visitors. Many of the characters in the novel are "seen" by Dickens among people who happened to meet him during such walks. The novel became very popular right after its publishing. But the critique was not “pure”: there were both those who regarded the work as the best one among Dickens’ works, and those who said that it was a failure of the author. Arguably, the majority of critics support the first, positive version of this assessment. The novel was filmed for many times: movies in 1911, 1921, 1961 and the mini-series in 1958, 1976 and 1998.< Less
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Our Mutual Friend By Charles Dickens
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Our Mutual Friend (written in the years 1864–65) is the last novel completed by Charles Dickens and is one of his most sophisticated works, combining psychological insight with social analysis.... More > It centres on, in the words of critic J. Hillis Miller, "money, money, money, and what money can make of life" but is also about human values. In the opening chapters a body is found in the Thames and identified as John Harmon, a young man recently returned to London to receive his inheritance. Were he alive, his father's will would require him to marry Bella Wilfer, a beautiful, mercenary girl whom he had never met. Instead, the money passes to the working-class Boffins, and the effects spread into various corners of London society.< Less

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