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Added by Mohamed Fardane on July 14, 2014 at 2:47 — 1 Comment

Biometry revisited

Dear all,

I currently work at a sort of statistics book for forestry students, which turned out to be more like a "statistics revisited" book. I've started by reviewing the great biometry book of Quinn and Keough (2002) "Experimental design and data analysis for biologists" and end up changing the theory of Type I and Type II errors...Is there anyone out there who could give me a feed-back? An ecological background would help but is not necessary. An openness for new ideas is…

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Added by Roxana Tesileanu on July 11, 2014 at 18:15 — No Comments

Problems of Management in the 21st Century. Information_Eleventh_CFP_PMC_2014

Dear colleagues,

 

We would like to invite proposals for articles for an international blind peer-review scientific journal (Eleventh CFP)

 

“Problems of Management in the 21st Century” ISSN 2029-6932

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Added by Vincentas Lamanauskas on July 10, 2014 at 3:43 — No Comments

Problems of Psychology in the 21st Century. Information_Ninth_CFP_PPC_2014

Dear colleagues,

   

We would like to invite proposals for articles for an international blind peer-review scientific journal (Ninth Call for Papers)

 

“Problems of Psychology in the 21st Century” ISSN 2029-8587

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Added by Vincentas Lamanauskas on July 4, 2014 at 4:10 — No Comments

Problems of Education in the 21st Century. Information. Twenty-first_CFP_ PEC_2014

Dear colleagues,

  

We would like to invite proposals for articles for an international blind peer-review scientific journal (Twenty-first Call for Papers)

 

“Problems of Education in the 21st Century” ISSN 1822-7864

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Added by Vincentas Lamanauskas on July 2, 2014 at 5:03 — No Comments

IJERSS Volume-I Issue-VI Titles/Authors List

1. HISTOGRAM TO HISTOGRAM MATCHING

Authors:

ANINDITA CHATTERJEE,HIMADRI NATH MOULICK,CHANDAN KONER

2. PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENT IN U.V ASSEMBELY LINE WITH ADVANCED DESIGN

Author's:

P.JOHN PAUL, A.CHAITANYA,B.SANDEEP,B.HEMANTH,K.PARTHASARATHY REDDY

3. MULTICLOUD COMPUTING SECURITY

Author's:

RENUKA KONDABALA,M.ARATHI

4. NOISE IN IMAGE AND ITS REDUCTION TECHNIQUES

Author's:

INDRANIL KISHORE ROY,HIMADRI NATH MOULICK,DR. CHANDAN KONER

5. INFLUENCE…

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Added by IJERSS on June 22, 2014 at 2:28 — No Comments

Associative Search for Social Networks

I often wonder what the ideal search system for members of social network like ours.

Recently I heard the phrase "associative search" for the first time.

This kind of search is relevant for the museum where I work. We have public access databases, but these merely give results that exactly match the keywords entered into an in house search engine. There is no intelligence in our database…

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Added by Peter J. Matthews on May 11, 2014 at 22:00 — No Comments

Email account recovery and backup

Recently my gmail account was hacked... meaning that someone else managed to get my login details, either by testing millions upon millions of username and password combinations or by using spyware on a public computer terminal at an airport or hotel.

Many of my friends and colleagues recieved spam mails as a result (mostly easy to detect Lagos-based spam). Many members of the Research Cooperative may have received a spam mail that appeared to be sent from my account. I apologise if…

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Added by Peter J. Matthews on April 26, 2014 at 11:00 — No Comments

The 'Riken Affair" and home schooling

My son here in Japan is of an age when he is seriously beginning to think about what it might be like to enter university... and why he might want to do that. He doesn't have much experience of writing, and writing does not seem to be a strong concern at his mid-level, local highschool. We expect that he will face a steep learning curve if he does go to university.

Few the last few weeks though, there has been continuous daily coverage of the 'STAP cell" controversy, also known as the…

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Added by Peter J. Matthews on April 22, 2014 at 20:30 — No Comments

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Message Ceenom -- The Final Truth

Wisdom of supreme significance relating science and humanity is getting revealed exposing mysteries behind everything from a tiny particle to a mighty galaxy. It is a most serious, profound phase that discloses with logical evidence the cause-effect basis…

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Added by Ceen Foundation on April 21, 2014 at 23:30 — No Comments

Problems of Management in the 21st Century. Information_Tenth_CFP_PMC_2014

Dear colleagues,

 

We would like to invite proposals for articles for an international blind peer-review scientific journal (Tenth CFP)

 

“Problems of Management in the 21st Century” ISSN 2029-6932

 …

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Added by Vincentas Lamanauskas on April 12, 2014 at 5:55 — No Comments

Problems of Education in the 21st Century. Information. Twentieth_CFP_ PEC_2014

Dear colleagues,

  

We would like to invite proposals for articles for an international blind peer-review scientific journal (Twentieth Call for Papers)

 

“Problems of Education in the 21st Century” ISSN 1822-7864

 …

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Added by Vincentas Lamanauskas on April 11, 2014 at 23:09 — No Comments

Science and policy; the weakness of 'shoulds'

I've been reading this paper, produced by the Royal Society of New Zealand, on creating a "green economy" for NZ.  The Royal Society is long-established, widely respected, and could be considered very 'Establishment'.  The paper is clear and thoughtful, and I don't disagree with any of its proposals.  Why is it, then, that I read it and doubt that any of these sensible policies will be implemented?

The problem is that this mild and optimistic paper, if…

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Added by Sam Bradford (Admin) on April 2, 2014 at 8:42 — No Comments

not-so intrepid Pacific culinary adventures (the faux island experience)

My current residence in Auckland is situated perhaps two hundred meters from Western Springs park, which plays host each year to Pasifika Festival, whose two days of celebration have just finished. Today I went down to the park with my partner to join in the crowds.

Pasifika Festival, first occuring in 1992, has become one of the…

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Added by Grace Williams on March 9, 2014 at 18:30 — 2 Comments

architecture and the right to exhibition

Currently the Royal Academy in London plays host to a diverse group of architects in an attempt to draw attention to the influence that architecture has on our lives (and vice versa). The exhibition is called Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined, and runs until the sixth of April. Kate Goodwin, the curator, has put together this wonderful blog which outlines the creation and reception of the…

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Added by Grace Williams on February 28, 2014 at 11:30 — 4 Comments

(vague, disconnected) thoughts on Lem's Solaris

Recently I read Solaris, a science fiction novel written by Stanislaw Lem in the 60s. I have read few works of science fiction, and this was an exciting introduction to a genre which, to me, seems flexible in its ability to work out ideas on society and existentialism.

The story concerns a man called Kris, first introduced as he is preparing to leave for Solaris [space] Station, where live-in scientists spend their…

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Added by Grace Williams on February 24, 2014 at 19:00 — 1 Comment

quote: on Russian science

I'm currently reading Neil Ascherson's Black Sea, a broad and very readable overview of the region's history.  This passage stood out to me:

'Science' is the word Russian archaeologists use to describe the whole profession of knowledge to which they belong. The word in Russian has none of the limitation to physical sciences or technology which it has acquired in English; a philologist or an art historian is as much a scientist as…

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Added by Sam Bradford (Admin) on February 24, 2014 at 7:19 — 1 Comment

Link: discussion on 'public intellectuals'

This is a discussion (very USA-focused) prompted by a New York Times article which complains about the decline of 'public intellectuals'.  I don't think the original article is particularly good, but at the link there is interesting debate about whether academics within institutions are well-equipped to talk to the public, and also anecdotal evidence that some of the most able…

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Added by Sam Bradford (Admin) on February 19, 2014 at 7:26 — No Comments

Resource: African Journals Online

This site is an index of thousands of articles published in reputable African journals.  The site explains its mission thus:

 

"Important areas of research in Africa are not necessarily covered by publications from the developed world. African countries need to collectively play a greater role in the global online scholarly environment. African researchers also need access to their own continent's…

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Added by Sam Bradford (Admin) on February 6, 2014 at 15:14 — No Comments

briefly: archiving fashion in Kyoto

I have recently come across the website of the Kyoto Costume Institute, an establishment whose mission seems to be researching the place of clothing, design and textiles in our lives across time and the world, with a particular eye to the relationship between Japanese designs and their counterparts in different contexts. Clothing, the president of the Institute argues, changes as we do, and its changes are reflective (or constructive) of other changes at different…

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Added by Grace Williams on February 5, 2014 at 16:00 — 1 Comment

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