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In fact, within two hours of initial processing of raw film, duplicates may be viewed at adequate magnification on an individual mensuration viewer, and actual ground distances can be computed on the basis ... In pioneering the field. of Information Technology for application in all areas of human endeavor, ITEK is also developing practical tools with practical value for all aspects of man’s business, man’s ...
A mathematical or computer model extends man’s perception abilities in somewhat the same way that a speedometer or rear-view mirror does. As you ROBERT B. ... Rather, we say that computers which power man’s logical tools extend man’s ability to understand his business surroundings, allowing him to make more intelligent decisions based on greater knowledge and ...
computer program language development to discuss current developments in program language design and the impact of these developments on scientific computing. ... The scientists in the audience will be encouraged to express their views. ... This symposium should be of interest in view of the increasing technological level of our society. Physics education in Texas is at a crossroad. ...doi:10.1126/science.162.3858.1159 pmid:17746829 fatcat:ms2rhykixzhyri4gs3iwtjpady
computer program language development to discuss current developments in program language design and the impact of these developments on scientific computing. ... The scientists in the audience will be encouraged to express their views. ... This symposium should be of interest in view of the increasing technological level of our society. Physics education in Texas is at a crossroad. ...doi:10.1126/science.162.3858.1159-a pmid:17746828 fatcat:dpsomt2oijfyrle7h2gwea3eye
Journal of Systems Management
Given a set of data, the computer will be able to hold a (specified or implied) view merely waiting to be interrogated so as to render an, “I don’t think so.” ... Weiner, “Some Moral and Technical Consequences of Automation,” Science, May, 1960, p. 1355. 12A. ...
Unfortunately, the science of climatology is unable to predict the ultimate consequences for the earth's climate of man's production of energy. ... How does the geography of man's energy production affect weather in various parts of the world? ... Unfortunately, the science of climatology is unable to predict the ultimate consequences for the earth's climate of man's production of energy. ...doi:10.1126/science.186.4160.205 pmid:17782008 fatcat:up4grvyxkzg5vca3tjkl56lw34
The St. Croix Review
Mass communication and jet travel have brought the entire world into man’s all-encompassing view, and he partakes of world events as a daily diet, as they happen. ... Computers have immeasurably expanded the capacity of the human brain. ...
The viewing self and the world we view: beyond the perspectival illusion. Organization 2 1906a . Darwin on the origin of species, Westminster Review, April 1960. ... The present condition of organic nature, first of six lectures to working men on the phenomena of organic nature. In Man’s place in na and other essays, T.H. Huxley, 168-85. London: J.M. Dent. J. ...
The Advancement of Science
In a sense, modern design has become an elaborate game of computerized chess played within the rules of nature as determined by science and experience (with all its limitations) and within the rules of ... The influence of such simulation exercises on the ergonomic use of man’s skills could be significant. Ignorance is not bliss Yet one must beware the implication that such *LANG, C. ...
The Philosophical Review
On Popper’s view, then, science—consisting of statements 254 ... It is inadequate because its identification of theories and computation rules forecloses on the irreducible logical differences between them. ...
Journal of Science Education and Technology
The photographs proposed are shown in Fig. 3. 1, a view of Saturn and its rings; 2, a generator in an electric power station; 3, a computer board with integrated circuits; 4, a view of two air-cushion ... labo- ratory vehicles; 5, a photograph of particle trajecto- ries in a bubble chamber; 6, the historic photograph of Man’s first step on the moon. ...
School Science and Mathematics
668 School Science and Mathematics birth is like a blank surface on which are inscribed the impressions of the external world through the sense organs. Modern psychology confirms these views. ... As a matter of fact the peripheral nervous system works exactly like the feed-in system of a digital computer. A nerve cell, called a neuron, obeys the all-or-none law. ...
One of the essentials of a revolution or a science was missing. Communication. Despite their advantages, computer pro- SELBY EVANS grams are designed for communicating to a computer. ... A ‘Ley-man’s’ View of Quantitative Assessment Philip Ley Quantitative Aspects of Psycho- logical Assessment: An Introduc- tion. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1973. Pp. 180. $9.75. Reviewed by Robert D. ...doi:10.1037/0012889 fatcat:bbufzpa3sbf6lowfieznahenim
culture performed by the representatives of modern Neo-Confucianism. ... In this article, the author intends to make a summary and brief criticism with respect to the appraisals of modern scientific and technological civilization and demonstrations of resurrecting Confucian ... The Neo-Confucian decision of the value of science contains, plainly, ambivalence: on the one hand, they assert that science is neutral without the function of acting as the views of life and value, and ...doi:10.17265/2159-5313/2020.04.004 fatcat:oq2qrxnwrfbk5b3izqudyu3rai
Among the benefits are receipt of Thruput, the ACPA’s monthly newslet- ter, RUR, its quarterly on computers and society, and the proceedings of ACPA annual conferences. ... Tests of a dozen male and female volunteers at Stanford Univer- sity were designed to measure their reactions to viewing photos of nude men and women. ...
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