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Gp8 : Joconde ?

Gp8 : Joconde ?

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Gen6 : Agriculture Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and TechnologyNovember 3, 2013 Abstract: The World is getting swamped with data to the tune of 7ZB a year mostly emanating from the ‘internet of things’ devices. This data is scattered in various devices and no meaningful relationship may be derived from it, and neither can this terrific rate be managed by traditional storage or processors. It is believed that organizations that are best able to make real-time business decisions using Big Data solutions will thrive, while those that are unable to embrace and make use of this shift will increasingly find themselves at a competitive disadvantage in the market and face potential failure. Cloud computing promises enough capacity in terms of storage and processing power to elastically handle data of such magnitude and through the use of analytics get value from it.

Reading Room The Reading Room is a special corner of lacma.org dedicated to catalogues and brochures of exhibitions past. These are out-of-print, hard-to-find publications available here in full for free. From a unique set of publications focused on the Southern California art scene to rare books about German Expressionism, modern art, Southeast Asian art, and more, the catalogues and brochures here reflect the depth and breadth of LACMA’s collection and exhibition history. We continue to add new publications on an ongoing basis. Ilene Susan Fort Richard Brettell, Scott Schaefer, et al. Philippe Halsman On the Creation of Photographic Ideas [EN] Version française The Jeu de Paume online magazine reproduces here the first part of Philippe Halsman’s book entitled Halsman on the Creation of Photographic Ideas. Published in 1961, two years after his famous Jump Book, the book shows how the photographer approached his medium by non-judgementally contrasting his own creative angle, driven mainly by his imagination, with the reporter’s angle based on a sensitivity of perception and search for the truth that he called “candid photography”. He associated the term with Henri Cartier-Bresson.

EGYPT egypt photos 1950 muskii khan al khalili mafous egyptian cairo phots photography nagib old cairo photography cairo egypt muskii arabic cairo egypt photos Photos taken in Egypt - 1952 - 1956 photos by Don Church The following photographs are scans from black and white negatives and color slides. It is an ongoing project from approximately 1000 negatives and slides taken in Egypt from 1952 to 1956. Downloads - Helicon SoftHelicon Soft Uninstall instructions for Windows: Clicking Start button, go to Control panel, open Programs and Features, choose Programs and then Programs and Features. Select the program and then click Uninstall. Uninstall instructions for Mac OS:

G1 : Big Data and Public Sector Information George Mason University - School of Public PolicyJanuary 27, 2014 Online International Forum on Postal Big Data January 2014 USPSOIG GMU School of Public Policy Research Paper No. 2014-04 Abstract: Public sector organizations, as reliable information publishers, are often unacknowledged but pivotal sources for big data projects using analytics. Big data analytics make sense of diverse unstructured digital collections by transforming them into intelligible patterns and predictions. Big data trends are validated against authoritative sources such as public sector information.

Crotos Crotos Cosmos Lab → Mode contribution 20 Résultats (au hasard) Effets de Miroir - Daniel Kukla Daniel Kukla is a photographer who had formal training in biological and anthropological sciences. His educational background plays a major part of his artistic practice, and this can be seen in his clever project titled, The Edge Effect. In the description and explanation of the project, Kukla writes, In March of 2012, I was awarded an artist’s residency by the United States National Park Service in southern California’s Joshua Tree National Park. While staying in the Park, I spent much of my time visiting the borderlands of the park and the areas where the low Sonoran desert meets the high Mojave desert. While hiking and driving, I caught glimpses of the border space created by the meeting of distinct ecosystems in juxtaposition, referred to as the Edge Effect in the ecological sciences.

Papyrus Archive [ Browse | Search ][ Information about papyri | Information about the Duke Papyrus Archive | Links to other sites ] Search the Duke Papyrus Archive Enter your search terms here or see our search page for help and more information on searching. SCANNERKILLER Scannerkiller Core is a suite of photogrammetry tools for the calibration and processing of stereo-paired photographs into accurate 3D data. At the heart of SK Core is an advanced stereo-matching algorithm that computes depth through stereo correspondences and outputs 3D data in standard polygonal format with CPV- Color Per Vertex (.ply) and/or UV texture maps (.obj). The SK Graphical User Interface (GUI) is designed to simplify the 3D extraction process. Sliders allow you to define various 3D extraction parameters, remove occluded areas, set falloff angles and choose your favorite 3D output file types.

Gs8 : Pharmacovigilance Southwestern Law School; David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA 99 Iowa L. Rev. 225 (2013) Abstract: Data on individual patients collected through state and federal health information exchanges has the potential to usher in a new era of drug regulation. These exchanges, produced by recent health care reform legislation, will amass an unprecedented amount of clinical information on drug usage, demographic variables, and patient outcomes.

Browse The Collection 1 work in the collection 4 works in the collection 10 works in the collection Peintures translucides pour représenter les vagues de l'océan - Lia Melia Cambridge-based visual artist Lia Melia creates strikingly energetic paintings where curling and crashing ocean waves splash and splatter across the canvas. Having grown up near the sea, that is where artist Lia Melia continues to find her inspiration. "The seas moods can always express my deepest feelings," she explains. Melia uses a technique that is unique to her work in which she bakes powder pigments and paints onto a sheet of aluminum or glass. Through this process, she can obtain translucent layers which she says "can glow with light." She uses a wide range of color palettes, from cool blues and greens to passionate reds, oranges, and golds.

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