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9.67 Object and Face Recognition Spring 2001 9.68 Affect: Biological, Psychological, and Social Aspects of "Feelings
Examining Multicultural Picture Books for the Early Childhood Classroom: Possibilities and...
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Digital Dance and Choreography
Eventually, this can form the basis for virtual cinema, digital entertainment and motion based digital art forms. Object Based Specification of Computer Dance/Choreography To begin with, let us define people as objects that have a number of concurrent components (hands, feet,...
The Outcomes and Impacts of Adult Literacy Education in the United States
reasonable inferences about effectiveness from patterns of findings while taking research limitations into account. The analysis was qualitative in orientation. Although it was hypothetically possible to conduct a quantitative metaanalysis for some outcome variables&md...
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reasonable inferences about effectiveness from patterns of findings while taking research limitations into account. The analysis was qualitative in orientation. Although it was hypothetically possible to conduct a quantitative metaanalysis for some outcome variables—tested learning gain, for example—it was determined that valid data from a sufficient number of studies did not exist. Furthermore, statistical information critical for a quantitative meta analysis was generally not reported for the existing studies
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www.ncsall.net/fileadmin/resources/research/report6.pdf#page=13
reasonable inferences about effectiveness from patterns <span class="highlight">of</span> findings while taking research limitations into account. The <span class="highlight">analysis</span> was qualitative in orientation. Although it was hypothetically possible to conduct a quantitative meta<span class="highlight">analysis</span> <span class="highlight">for</span> some outcome variables—tested learning gain, <span class="highlight">for</span> example—it was determined that valid data from a sufficient number <span class="highlight">of</span> studies did not exist. Furthermore, statistical <span class="highlight">information</span> critical <span class="highlight">for</span> a quantitative meta <span class="highlight">analysis</span> was generally not reported <span class="highlight">for</span> the existing studies
PC World: Can Your Computer Read Lips?
recognition. AVSR is part of Intel's OpenCV computer vision library, a toolbox of imaging functions for developing computer vision applications, which contains a number of face detection algorithms. Speedier ApplicationsWith the speed of today's micro...
Effective Strategies to Improve Writing of Adolescents in Middle and High Schools
A Report to Carnegie Corporation of New York 28 A CHALLENGE The results of this metaanalysis point toward a number of specific changes that teachers can make to promote increased writing proficiency among all their students. One important outcome of improved writi...
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A Report to Carnegie Corporation of New York 28 A CHALLENGE The results of this metaanalysis point toward a number of specific changes that teachers can make to promote increased writing proficiency among all their students. One important outcome of improved writing is students’ ability to use it as a tool for understanding and analyzing subjectmatter information. Setting high standards through implementing effective writing instruction sends adolescents a message that higherlevel thinking about
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mpsportal.milwaukee.k12.wi.us/portal/server.pt/gateway/PTARGS_0_2_18935_0...
A Report to Carnegie Corporation <span class="highlight">of</span> New York 28 A CHALLENGE The results <span class="highlight">of</span> this meta<span class="highlight">analysis</span> point toward a number <span class="highlight">of</span> specific changes that teachers can make to promote increased writing proficiency among all their students. One important outcome <span class="highlight">of</span> improved writing is students’ ability to use it as a tool <span class="highlight">for</span> understanding and analyzing subjectmatter <span class="highlight">information</span>. Setting high standards through implementing effective writing instruction sends adolescents a message that higherlevel thinking about
Medical Association Apologizes for History of Prejudice
that I think we need to examine. The first focuses on the physician. For physicians, it meant limited access to increased continuing medical education, number one. Number two, in terms of cutting edge, if you will, facilities and treatment modalities, they were no longer made av...
Smithsonian: The Plant Press Newsletter Volume 1.3
reduce options for its protection. In addition, islands or island groups, which often have high rates of endemicity, face particularly high levels of threat to their flora. Seven out of the top ten areas listed according to per centage of threatened flora a...
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reduce options for its protection. In addition, islands or island groups, which often have high rates of endemicity, face particularly high levels of threat to their flora. Seven out of the top ten areas listed according to per centage of threatened flora are islands: St. Helena, Mauritius, Seychelles, Jamaica, French Polynesia, Pitcairn, and Reunion. A great number of plant species known to have medicinal value are at risk of disappearing, leaving their healing potential unfulfilled. For instance, 75% of the
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http://botany.si.edu/pubs/plantpress/vol1no3.pdf#page=1
botany.si.edu/pubs/plantpress/vol1no3.pdf#page=1
reduce options <span class="highlight">for</span> its protection. In addition, islands or island groups, which often have high rates <span class="highlight">of</span> endemicity, <span class="highlight">face</span> particularly high levels <span class="highlight">of</span> threat to their flora. Seven out <span class="highlight">of</span> the top ten areas listed according to per centage <span class="highlight">of</span> threatened flora are islands: St. Helena, Mauritius, Seychelles, Jamaica, French Polynesia, Pitcairn, and Reunion. A great number <span class="highlight">of</span> plant species known to have medicinal value are at risk <span class="highlight">of</span> disappearing, leaving their healing potential unfulfilled. <span class="highlight">For</span> instance, 75% <span class="highlight">of</span> the
Microsoft Word  Front Cover Page
Glossary 43 Coordinates: A pair of numbers used to describe the location of a point on a coordinate plane. Counterexample: An example that proves a statement false. Cube: A threedimensional figure that has six square faces. Customary Systems: A measuring system used mainly in the...
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Glossary 43 Coordinates: A pair of numbers used to describe the location of a point on a coordinate plane. Counterexample: An example that proves a statement false. Cube: A threedimensional figure that has six square faces. Customary Systems: A measuring system used mainly in the United States using units such as inches and feet. Data: Information, facts, or numbers used to describe something. Data Analysis: A process of collecting and organizing data in order to identify
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Glossary 43 Coordinates: A pair <span class="highlight">of</span> numbers used to describe the location <span class="highlight">of</span> a point on a coordinate plane. Counterexample: An example that proves a statement false. Cube: A threedimensional figure that has six square faces. Customary Systems: A measuring system used mainly in the United States using units such as inches and feet. Data: <span class="highlight">Information</span>, facts, or numbers used to describe something. Data <span class="highlight">Analysis</span>: A process <span class="highlight">of</span> collecting and organizing data in order to identify
Speaking Standard 3
slate of officers from a class (e.g., if there are 23 students and 3 officers, the number is 23 x 22 x 21) 3. List the possible combinations of two elements chosen from a given set (e.g., forming a committee of two from a group of 12 students, finding how many handshakes...
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slate of officers from a class (e.g., if there are 23 students and 3 officers, the number is 23 x 22 x 21) 3. List the possible combinations of two elements chosen from a given set (e.g., forming a committee of two from a group of 12 students, finding how many handshakes there will be among ten people if everyone shakes each other person’s hand once). 4.4.6 D. Discrete Mathematics—VertexEdge Graphs and Algorithms 1. Devise strategies for winning simple games (e.g., start with two piles of objects
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www.nj.gov/education/cccs/2004/s4_math.pdf#page=38
describe practical sets <span class="highlight">of</span> directions (e.g., to add two 2digit numbers). 2. Explore vertex<span class="highlight">edge</span> graphs • Vertex, <span class="highlight">edge</span> • Path 3. Find the smallest number <span class="highlight">of</span> colors needed to color a map. Building upon knowledge and skills gained in preceding grades, by the end <span class="highlight">of</span> Grade 4, students will: 4.4.4 A. Data <span class="highlight">Analysis</span> 1. Collect, generate, organize, and display data in response to questions, claims, or curiosity. • Data collected from the school environment 2. Read, interpret, construct, analyze
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www.nj.gov/education/cccs/2004/s4_math.pdf#page=39
as shape or color, and relationships. • Venn diagrams • Numerical and alphabetical order 2. Represent all possibilities <span class="highlight">for</span> a simple counting situation in an organized way and draw conclusions from this representation. • Organized lists, charts, tree diagrams • Dividing into categories (e.g., to find the total number <span class="highlight">of</span> rectangles in a grid, find the number <span class="highlight">of</span> rectangles <span class="highlight">of</span> each size and add the results) 4.4.4 D. Discrete Mathematics—Vertex<span class="highlight">Edge</span> Graphs and Algorithms 1. Follow, devise, and
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www.nj.gov/education/cccs/2004/s4_math.pdf#page=40
shirts and 4 skirts). 4.4.5 D. Discrete Mathematics—Vertex<span class="highlight">Edge</span> Graphs and Algorithms 1. Devise strategies <span class="highlight">for</span> winning simple games (e.g., start with two piles <span class="highlight">of</span> objects, each <span class="highlight">of</span> two players in turn removes any number <span class="highlight">of</span> objects from a single pile, and the person to take the last group <span class="highlight">of</span> objects wins) and express those strategies as sets <span class="highlight">of</span> directions. Building upon knowledge and skills gained in preceding grades, by the end <span class="highlight">of</span> Grade 6, students will: 4.4.6 A. Data <span class="highlight">Analysis</span> 1. Collect
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www.nj.gov/education/cccs/2004/s4_math.pdf#page=41
slate <span class="highlight">of</span> officers from a class (e.g., if there are 23 students and 3 officers, the number is 23 x 22 x 21) 3. List the possible combinations <span class="highlight">of</span> two elements chosen from a given set (e.g., forming a committee <span class="highlight">of</span> two from a group <span class="highlight">of</span> 12 students, finding how many handshakes there will be among ten people if everyone shakes each other person’s hand once). 4.4.6 D. Discrete Mathematics—Vertex<span class="highlight">Edge</span> Graphs and Algorithms 1. Devise strategies <span class="highlight">for</span> winning simple games (e.g., start with two piles <span class="highlight">of</span> objects

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