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Francis Cook

Francis or Frank Cook may refer to: Frank Cook musician, former drummer for the blues rock band Canned Heat Sir Francis Cook, 4th Baronet 1907–1978, British artist Frank Cook surgeon 1888–1972, obstetric and gynaecological surgeon Frank Cook Aust ...

                                               

Alternaria leaf spot

Alternaria leaf spot or Alternaria leaf blight are a group of fungal diseases in plants, that have a variety of hosts. The diseases infects common garden plants, such as cabbage, and are caused by several closely related species of fungi. Some of ...

                                               

Stratification

Stratification may refer to: In mathematics: Stratification mathematics, any consistent assignment of numbers to predicate symbols Data stratification in statistics In earth sciences: Atmospheric stratification, the dividing of the Earths atmosph ...

                                               

Quiescence

Quiescence is a state of quietness or inactivity. It may refer to: The G 0 phase of a cell in the cell cycle; quiescence is the state of a cell when it is not dividing Quiescence search, in game tree searching adversarial search in artificial int ...

                                               

Antonina Polozhy

Antonina Polozhy was a Russian botanist, geneticist, taxonomist, plant breeder and specialist in Russian cultivated plants.

                                               

John Sanford

John or Jack Sanford may refer to: Jack Sanford first baseman 1917–2005, Major League Baseball first baseman John Langton Sanford 1824–1877, English historical writer John Sanford animator born 1970, American animator, writer, storyboard artist, ...

                                               

Szczepan Pieniazek

Szczepan Aleksander Pieniazek was a Polish orchardist, professor of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, and a vice-president of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He was a pioneer in Polish horticulture, which was in need of reform after World W ...

                                               

Cosmos: Possible Worlds

Cosmos: Possible Worlds is an American science documentary television series that premiered on March 9, 2020, on National Geographic. The series is a follow-up to the 2014 television series Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, which followed the original ...

                                               

Anton Gartner

Anton Gartner is a geneticist and biologist utilizing the nematode worm Caenorhabditis elegans as a model system He is a distinguished professor at the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology in Korea and is one of the two associate di ...

                                               

Tegnue

Tegnues are rock formations which have developed in the sea bottom of the Gulf of Venice, in the northern Adriatic Sea. They are bio-sediments that are very similar to coral reefs and for this reason they are called Adriatic coral reefs. They are ...

                                               

Fuad al-Kibsi

Fuad al-Kibsi is a Yemeni singer. He is among the most popular singers and musicians in Yemen. Most of his music are of ancient scholarly and oral traditions of Yemen. He is son of the famous Yemeni poet, Abdallah Hashim al-Kibsi.

                                               

Lynne Murphy

Lynne Murphy is a professor of linguistics at the University of Sussex. She runs the blog Separated by a Common Language under the username Lynneguist, and has written five books. She received a grant from the NEH Public Scholars Program for her ...

                                               

Nissim Francez

Nissim Francez is an Israeli professor emeritus in the Computer Science Faculty at the Technion and former head of Computational Linguistics Laboratory in the faculty

                                               

Sun Jiameng

Sun Jiameng was a Chinese translator. He was born in Tianjin and graduated from the Department of Spanish, Beijing Foreign Languages Institute. He worked as professor of Spanish at the School of Foreign Studies, Nanjing University until his retir ...

                                               

Nonsense (disambiguation)

Nonsense is an utterance or written text that does not in fact carry any identifiable meaning. Nonsense may also mean: Nonsense film, a 2016 film Nonsense verse "Nonsense", a song by Madeon, featuring Mark Foster, from the album Adventure Abstrac ...

                                               

Absurd

Absurd or surreal humour Absurd band, German metal band from the 1990s Absurdist fiction Absurd film, 1981 Italian film "Absurd" song, 1997 song by Fluke Theatre of the Absurd, art form utilizing the philosophy of Absurdism

                                               

Jabberwocky (disambiguation)

"Jabberwocky" is an 1872 nonsense poem by Lewis Carroll, about an encounter between a young boy and a monster called the Jabberwock. Jabberwocky or Jabberwock may also refer to:

                                               

Humbug (disambiguation)

Humbug Reach, a part of the Brisbane River in Queensland, Australia Mount Humbug, a mountain in Montana, U.S. Humbug, U.S. Virgin Islands, settlement in the United States Virgin Islands Humbug, Arizona, U.S., a ghost town in the southern Bradshaw ...

                                               

Bunk

Bunk TV series, a 2012 television show on the Independent Film Channel Bunk Moreland, a character on the HBO drama series The Wire Bunks film, a 2013 Disney XD Canada television film Bunk Bed radio programme, a British a comedy radio programme ho ...

                                               

L (disambiguation)

Carl Linnaeus, in botanist author citations L. Haplogroup L Y-DNA Laelia, an orchid genus Vertebra in the lumbar region of the spinal cord ATC code L Antineoplastic and immunomodulating agents, a section of the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Cla ...

                                               

Load value injection

Load value injection is an attack on Intel microprocessors that can be used to attack Intels Software Guard Extensions technology. It is a development of the previously known Meltdown security vulnerability. Unlike Meltdown, which can only read h ...

                                               

Constraint

Constraint may refer to: Constraint information theory, the degree of statistical dependence between or among variables Constraint mathematics, a condition of an optimization problem that the solution must satisfy Constraints journal, a scientifi ...

                                               

Database repair

The problem of database repair is a question about relational databases which has been studied in database theory, and which is a particular kind of data cleansing. The problem asks about how we can "repair" an input relational database in order ...

                                               

Foreign

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in many countries Foreign Office, a department of the UK government Foreign policy, how a country interacts with other countries Foreign office and foreign minister

                                               

Real-time

Real-time computer graphics Real-time camera system, for controlling cameras in a 3D virtual environment Real Time AudioSuite, an audio plug-in for Pro Tools Live streaming, continuously delivering multimedia in real time Real-time Cmix, a music ...

                                               

FD

Ferredoxin, iron–sulfur proteins File descriptor, in Unix and related computer operating systems, Nissan FD engine, for trucks and buses Functional dependency, a constraint in a relation from a database Freedesktop.org fd.o, a interoperability pr ...

                                               

Azure Data Explorer

Azure Data Explorer is a fully-managed big data analytics cloud platform and data-exploration service, developed by Microsoft, that ingests structured, semi-structured and unstructured data. The service then stores this data and answers analytic ...

                                               

Declaration

Declaration, a newspaper published in Independence, Virginia Declaration poker, a formal expression of intent to take some action in the card game poker

                                               

Indeterminacy in computation

Indeterminacy is a property of formal systems that evolve in time, in which complete information about the internal state of the system at some point in time admits multiple future trajectories. In simpler terms, if such a system is returned to t ...

                                               

Well-formed

Well-formed or wellformed indicate syntactic correctness and may refer to: Well-formed formula, a string that is generated by a formal grammar in logic Well-formed element, web design element that is properly designed and ordered Well-formed scal ...

                                               

Validation

Validation may refer to: Statistical model validation, determining whether the outputs of a statistical model are acceptable Social validation, compliance in a social activity to fit in and be part of the majority XML validation, the process of c ...

                                               

Efficient approximately-fair item allocation

When allocating objects among people with different preferences, two major goals are Pareto efficiency and fairness. Since the objects are indivisible, there may not exist any fair allocation. For example, when there is a single house and two peo ...

                                               

Deadweight

Deadweight band, a San Francisco alternative hard rock trio "Deadweight", a song by Roam from Backbone "Deadweight" song, a 1997 song by Beck from the film A Life Less Ordinary Deadweight album, an album by Wage War "Deadweight", a song by Parkwa ...

                                               

Efficient Voter Rule

In the study of voter behavior, the efficient voter rule speaks to the desirability of voter-driven outcomes. It applies to situations involving negative externalities such as pollution and crime, and positive externalities such as education. Rel ...

                                               

Maximin share

Maximin share is a criterion of fair item allocation. Given a set of items with different values, the 1-out-of-n maximin-share is the maximum value that can be gained by partitioning the items into n parts and taking the part with the minimum val ...

                                               

Fairness (machine learning)

In machine learning, a given algorithm is said to be fair, or to have fairness if its results are independent of some variables we consider to be sensitive and not related with it.

                                               

Computer mathematics

Computer mathematics may refer to: Scientific computing, constructing numerical solutions and using computers to analyze and solve scientific and engineering problems Automated theorem proving, the proving of mathematical theorems by a computer p ...

                                               

Categorical

Categorical may refer to: Categorical syllogism, a kind of logical argument Categorical logic, a branch of category theory within mathematics with notable connections to theoretical computer science Categorical distribution, a probability distrib ...

                                               

Myhill

The surname Myhill may refer to: Kirby Myhill born 1992, Welsh rugby union player Boaz Myhill born 1982, American-born Welsh footballer John Myhill 1923 - 1987, British mathematician In mathematics and theoretical computer science, the name appea ...

                                               

Closed loop

Closed-loop may refer to: Closed-loop transfer function, where a closed-loop controller may be used PID controller, a commonly used closed-loop controller A feedback loop, often found in Electronic feedback loops in electronic circuits Ecological ...

                                               

Autogenesis

Autogenesis may refer to: Orthogenesis, a discredited evolutionary idea that hypothesised a directed teleological form of evolution The highest stage in the development of complex adaptive systems in Viable System Theory Autogeny, the reproductiv ...

                                               

TDI

Tangerine Dream Independent is the record label belonging to Edgar Froese of Tangerine Dream Total Drama Island, an animated reality series that started July 8, 2007

                                               

Chemical Geology

Chemical Geology is an international peer-reviewed academic journal. The journal is affiliated with the European Association of Geochemistry and it is published by Elsevier. The journal is a hybrid open-access journal, publishing both subscriptio ...

                                               

ISEB (disambiguation)

ISEB may stand for: Independent Schools Examinations Board, UK body that sets the Common Entrance Examination Information Systems Examination Board, former name of the examination awarding body of the British Computer Society International Sympos ...

                                               

Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry

Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry is a research institute in Akademgorodok of Novosibirsk, Russia. It was founded in 1968.

                                               

Microbiology Society Prize Medal

Microbiology Society Prize Medal is awarded annually by the Microbiology Society to those who have made an impact beyond microbiology and are world leaders in their field. It was introduced in 2009 as the Society for General Microbiology Prize Me ...

                                               

Thermodesulfobacterium hveragerdense

Thermodesulfobacterium hveragerdense is a bacterial species belonging to genus Thermodesulfobacterium, which are thermophilic sulfate-reducing bacteria. This species is found in aquatic areas of high temperature, and lives in freshwater like most ...

                                               

Aircraft design

Aircraft design may refer to: Airworthiness certificate, a legal document Standard Airworthiness Certificate, for certified aircraft Special Airworthiness Certificate, for non-certified aircraft types An aircraft design as defined by type definit ...

                                               

50-Minute Fun Break

50-Minute Fun Break, released in 1992, is the fourth studio album by the collegiate comedy a cappella group the Stanford Fleet Street Singers. It was a landmark album in the a cappella genre for its pioneering recording techniques and use of stud ...

                                               

Peter Doell

Peter Doell is an American recording and mastering engineer known for his work with Miles Davis, Toto, Celine Dion and The Beach Boys. Doell has been a staff engineer at Capitol Studios, Sunset Sound Recorders and Universal Mastering Studios West ...