By combining informational science, combinatory
theories and studies about artificial intelligence, von Neumann elaborated a theory for creating self-reproducing machines, capable of building not just identical, but more complex mechanisms, possessing the same skills Anteo attributes to his automaton-creators.
These relatively low AUC values suggest that the Majority Voting Ensemble does not have good discriminatory power, and that Majority Voting is not a useful combinatory
rule when the distribution of outcomes is highly skewed.
Field evaluations were carried out on 16 maize varieties, 11 of which are new experimental synthetic maize varieties, integrated from lines with different levels of inbreeding and selected for their good performance per se and high effects of general combinatory
aptitude of the component lines (Andres-Meza et al.
who talks to whom), the third stage expresses itself in terms of combinatory
criteria and, as such, allows for specifying optimization of who talks best with whom; certain combinatory
patterns are more likely to result in successful solutions, insights, or proposals than others.
They are also keen to investigate the efficacy of combinatory
regimen of nimbolide and approved drugs such as docetaxel and enzalutamide for future prostate cancer therapy.
reliability coefficient (CR) and Cronbach's alpha coefficient, evaluates the reliability of the measurement tool.
And based on this unique combinatory
interest of mine towards marketing, economics and strategy, I came across a book titled 'Confessions of an Economic Hitman' by John Perkins.
The collapse of human identity, unable to crystallize within a hi-tech combinatory
, is not only easily foreseen, but also deliberate: the uniqueness of human individuality is exponentially superseded by robotic precision and mass duplication.
0 foci in the IR and caffeine combinatory
treatment ( P < 0.
Another valuable direction in logic is combinatory
logic with the contributions of M.
In ELEXIR, plans are represented using combinatory
categorial grammars (CCGs) (Steedman 2000), one of the so-called lexicalized grammars (Schabes 1990).
The phoneme /r/ has a plentiful number of allophones--both free and combinatory
allophones--within and across language boundaries (the term "combinatory
allophones" refers to the different realizations of a phoneme depending on the phonetic environment of the phoneme).
I owe to our great polygraph, and to several years of tenacious reading, my passion for language; I admire his secret and serene originality, his infinite combinatory
ability, his humor, his talent for inserting everyday expressions, seemingly at odds with literary language, into a masterful exposition on Gongora, Virgil, or Mallarme.
Alla luce di questa riflessione, l'opera di Calvino si configura come esemplare: "What is proposed here, instead, is Calvino's intentional appropriation of the fragmentary, discontinuous, and combinatory
nature of reality.
The Pinocchiesque Fantasy that dominated the next thirty years included texts informed by postmodern combinatory
zeal, in this case expressing itself in the tendency to "self-consciously deconstruct and reassemble" Collodi's classic text while at the same engaging with contemporary political and social themes (188).