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a person who is an authority on history and who studies it and writes about it

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A tool such as Hyper Historian is critical for identifying trends and deviations in unit behavior and diagnosing their root causes.
Reporting and analytics are delivered to the historian online edition through standard tools, including Invensys' desktop reporting and analysis client, Wonderware Historian Client, along with its Wonderware SmartGlance mobile reporting solution.
Among his advice for historians is to let sources and evidence lead the analysis.
NEHA and the board of directors are honored to have Dick Pantages as the NEHA historian.
Integrating data from a machine-level historian with data from a plant-level historian allows operators to locate and correct sources of inefficiencies more quickly to improve manufacturing consistency, energy use and first-pass quality,' said Frank Kulaszewicz, senior vice president, architecture and software, Rockwell Automation.
While this reader is not entirely convinced of the necessity for a global code of ethics for historians, Responsible History has certainly stimulated and refined her understanding of the ethics of being a historian.
The story begins in the 1880s and 1890s when the first university appointments of historians took place.
During his gradual rise to fame as a noted historian of what he called "African world history," Clarke traveled extensively across the continent of Africa, gaining first-hand knowledge about its people, its culture, and its past and present status in the world.
Hofstadter was too subtle a historian to draw such a link explicitly, but he did, as his biographer notes, have a penchant for the sweeping assertion over the qualified statement.
There are, of course, exceptions, such as the eminent historian of Russia, Richard Pipes, who was seconded from Harvard for a time to become one of Ronald Reagan's advisers on Soviet Russia's military capability.
The daily working relationship that exists between the wing commander (or vice-commander in units whose HO reports to the vice- or deputy commander) and the wing historian poses a unique challenge to a MAJCOM historian, who is concerned with timely collection of the periodic wing histories that form the foundation of the Air Force's historical archives--so critical to future research.
While the course reflects the methodological sensibilities and prejudices of its creator--a political historian who declares this openly and frequently in his classes--students develop an appreciation for the fact that all historical enquiry, whatever the sources of its inspiration, must be conducted in accordance with the rigorous critical method that is the hallmark of all academic history.
Components of the PC56-Historian include PC56 Industrial PC for the ControlLogix platform; Historian Configurator; Historian Scheduler/Server; and Embedded Component Historian Object (ECHO).
That has been a public question for only a couple of decades, even though the proof that his closest emotional attachments were always with men has been available to every historian who has written about him during the last century and a half.
The non-believing historian will not accept from Iqbal, the believer, the proof-text of "revelation" for establishing mutually acceptable premises, or terms designed to hold truth-value, for a debate concerning the history of religions.