Rene Descartes

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French philosopher and mathematician


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bc(dex) es el descarte por exceso de captura para los viajes con descarte mayor a 0 toneladas, a la cual se le hizo una transformacion Box-Cox y [[beta].sub.i].
Finalmente el descarte medio por ano (i) se calculo como el producto de la proporcion de viajes con descarte positivo ([[[??].sub.ijklm]), la tasa media de descarte ([[[??].sub.ijklm]) y el esfuerzo correspondiente ([f.sub.ijklm]) el cual es numero de viajes totales realizado por toda la flota industrial de cerco dedicada a la pesca del stock Norte-Centro de la anchoveta.
Analysts covering Descartes Systems modeled for quarterly EPS of 8 cents on revenue of $80.14 million.
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The BestTransport acquisition will be satisfied from Descartes' existing line of credit.
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Descartes Systems Group, a global leader in uniting logistics-intensive businesses in commerce, announced that it has acquired PinPoint, a leading provider of fleet tracking and mobile workforce solutions based in Canada.
The Witt to Reason: Theodicy and Freedom in Descartes. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016.
Our starting point is the role of thinking as laid out by Descartes. Descartes' conception of philosophy as a thought system points to the acquisition of virtue through knowledge of truth, by cultivating measure, and thus highlighting man as a thinking being.