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WordNet documentation - WordNet - WordNet documentation See a glossary of WordNet terms for an explanation of some terminology The WordNet Reference Manual is provided in the form of Unix-style manual pages. Manual pages are available here, online, and are included in the various WordNet packages. Ken Wilber Kenneth Earl "Ken" Wilber II (born January 31, 1949, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) is an American writer and public speaker. He has written and lectured about mysticism, philosophy, ecology, and developmental psychology. His work formulates what he calls Integral Theory.[1] In 1998 he founded the Integral Institute.[2] Biography[edit] Wilber was born in 1949 in Oklahoma City. In 1973 Wilber completed his first book, The Spectrum of Consciousness,[5] in which he sought to integrate knowledge from disparate fields. In 1982 New Science Library published his anthology The Holographic Paradigm and other Paradoxes[6] a collection of essays and interviews, including one by David Bohm. In 1983 Wilber married Terry "Treya" Killam who was shortly thereafter diagnosed with breast cancer. Subsequently, Wilber wrote Sex, Ecology, Spirituality (SES), (1995), the first volume of his Kosmos Trilogy. Theory[edit] Holons[edit] Quadrants[edit] AQAL: "All Quadrants All Levels"[edit] Levels or stages[edit]

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Semantic Web, a web of meaningful relations | SemWebTec is a community for semantic web researchers La Transformation digitale — Usages Collaboratifs et Savoirs La Transformation digitale Pour finir l’année 2015 avec un sujet dont je suis persuadé nous allons reparler les prochaines années à venir, j’ai le plaisir de partager avec vous une présentation réalisée par Gerd LEONHARD à la conférence organisée par KPMG le 29 juillet 2015. Je remercie mon ami Joël MUZARD de m’avoir transmis cette présentation dans le cadre de nos travaux communs au CO-LAB du SAVOIR. Les 5 points clés à retenir Vous pourrez vous faire une idée de la vision développée par Gerd en visualisant la vidéo ci-dessous et en téléchargeant la présentation de la conférence en cliquant sur ce lien. Mon point de vue Comment accompagner ce changement Le changement est en route, la question n’est plus de savoir si cela va arriver, mais plutôt de savoir quand cela va arriver. Quel sens devons-nous apporter à cette transformation digitale ? Comment pouvons-nous humaniser un environnement dirigé par les algorithmes ? Pour conclure

Causality Experts Online texts Professor Jim Herod and I have written Multivariable Calculus ,a book which we and a few others have used here at Georgia Tech for two years. We have also proposed that this be the first calculus course in the curriculum here, but that is another story.... Although it is still in print, Calculus,by Gilbert Strang is made available through MIT's OpenCourseWare electronic publishing initiative. Here is one that has also been used here at Georgia Tech. Linear Methods of Applied Mathematics, by Evans Harrell and James Herod. Microformats Les start-ups, indicateurs des usages de demain ? — évolt Stories Sur quoi repose ce phénomène ? On peut résumer la situation en disant que tous les grands du net sont hantés par le fantôme de Black Berry. Il y a encore peu d’années, cette société était le leader incontesté et apparemment indéboulonnable du téléphone portable haut de gamme à usage professionnel. Les grands du net se posent avec angoisse la question des usages de demain. Une nouvelle plateforme d’accès aux contenus comparable à ce que fut le choc du smartphone ou de la tablette peut surgir demain et déferler comme une innovation fulgurante. Cette question s’étend aux plateformes qu’il s’agisse de vidéo, de musique, etc. Le règne de l’incertitude ou l’incapacité de voir ?

Judea Pearl Judea Pearl (born 1936) is an Israeli-born American computer scientist and philosopher, best known for championing the probabilistic approach to artificial intelligence and the development of Bayesian networks (see the article on belief propagation). He is also credited for developing a theory of causal and counterfactual inference based on structural models (see article on causality). He is the 2011 winner of the ACM Turing Award, the highest distinction in computer science, "for fundamental contributions to artificial intelligence through the development of a calculus for probabilistic and causal reasoning".[1][2][3][4] Judea Pearl is the father of journalist Daniel Pearl, who was kidnapped and murdered by militants in Pakistan connected with Al-Qaeda and the International Islamic Front in 2002 for his American and Jewish heritage.[5][6] Biography[edit] Pearl is currently a professor of computer science and statistics and director of the Cognitive Systems Laboratory at UCLA. Books[edit]