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Retrospective on the 2021 BASALT Competition on Learning from Human Feedback [article]

Rohin Shah, Steven H. Wang, Cody Wild, Stephanie Milani, Anssi Kanervisto, Vinicius G. Goecks, Nicholas Waytowich, David Watkins-Valls, Bharat Prakash, Edmund Mills, Divyansh Garg, Alexander Fries (+4 others)
2022 arXiv   pre-print
The goal of the competition was to promote research towards agents that use learning from human feedback (LfHF) techniques to solve open-world tasks.  ...  We held the first-ever MineRL Benchmark for Agents that Solve Almost-Lifelike Tasks (MineRL BASALT) Competition at the Thirty-fifth Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS 2021).  ...  Acknowledgments This competition would not have been possible to run without the help of many people and organizations.  ... 
arXiv:2204.07123v1 fatcat:7ini36l36fhb7piuqfolprgt5y

Masthead - Full issue pdf

2016 Chemistry International  
It is time for the competition to begin again! Learn More The Science at Play exhibit is definitely worth a visit.  ...  Such a retrospective monitoring may be realized with samples from environmental specimen banks (ESBs).  ...  Semantic Web technologies offer hope, with the caveat that human understanding of machine-machine interactions is The central subject of the 39th International Symposium on Environmental Analytical Chemistry  ... 
doi:10.1515/ci-2016-3-400 fatcat:po7csxiokndebdfpkdo6kadhge

Family Values in the Animated Content of Internet Space

T.V. Leontyeva, Russian State Social University
2019 Contemporary problems of social work  
The most important condition for the development of one of the segments of this market -pawnshops and increase its competitiveness, is the optimal regulatory burden on participants from the state.  ...  You need to organize the regulation of the process management method, to establish a mechanism of feedback from specialists to management and to form a system of legal documentation.  ...  effects on humans of man-made and other harmful factors.  ... 
doi:10.17922/2412-5466-2019-5-1-76-83 fatcat:bwejdjjdarfwblgqigwa27hz6a

MEASURES TO CONTROL THE SALINATION OF DEGRADED IRRIGATED LANDS OF KYZYLORDINA REGION AND THEIR RESTORATION
ҚЫЗЫЛОРДА ОБЛЫСЫНДАҒЫ ТОЗҒАН СУАРМАЛЫ ЖЕРЛЕРДІҢ ТҰЗДАНУЫНА ҚАРСЫ КҮРЕСУ ЖӘНЕ ҚАЛПЫНА КЕЛТІРУ ШАРАЛАРЫ

K. Begaliev, Kazakh Research Institute оf Rice Growing named after I. Zhakhaev, A. Baitoreyeva, G. Baimbetova, S. Tazhenova, Kazakh Research Institute оf Rice Growing named after I. Zhakhaev, Kazakh Research Institute оf Rice Growing named after I. Zhakhaev, Kyzylorda University named after Korkyt Ata
2021 Bulletin of Korkyt Ata Kyzylorda University  
In other words -to limit competition and oust competitors from the market [6] .  ...  In the "soil" formed by worms from basalt flour and rotting straw, which consisted of excrement, the percentage of individual compounds changed in comparison with the initial minerals (basalt flour).  ...  Transition to the digital state 3. Realization of the Digital Silk Way 4. Evolution of the human capital assets 5.  ... 
doi:10.52081/bkaku.2021.v56.i1.004 fatcat:urfd5yhmefcwxh23rzmxtvmlvq

Sulfur Biogeochemical Cycle of Marine Sediments

Bo Barker Jørgensen
2021 Geochemical Perspectives  
different depth regions of the ocean – from coast to deep sea.  ...  The effective re-oxidation of this sulfide at the direct or indirect expense of oxygen is a prerequisite for aerobic life on our planet.  ...  Together, we have shared the excitement of successful results during our work and, during the journey, we have also experienced disappointments. Yet, we always felt that we learned something new and  ... 
doi:10.7185/geochempersp.10.2 fatcat:eqm4q4ylkffvxefgzuxd5yrqru

AGROECOLOGICAL EFFECTIVENESS OF APPLICATION OF BIOLOGICAL FERTILIZER NACLEE, THE DRUG FITOP 8.67 AND MINERAL FERTILIZERS IN RICEGROWING

N.P. Ybraikozha, Kyzylorda University named after Korkyt Ata, A.M. Tokhtamysov, E.Sh. Eleuova, Ybrai Zhakayev Kazakh Scientific Research Institute of Rice Cultivation, Ybrai Zhakayev Kazakh Scientific Research Institute of Rice Cultivation
2021 Bulletin of Korkyt Ata Kyzylorda University  
The article presents the results of research on the use of complex liquid fertilizers, a biological drug and mineral fertilizers.  ...  The aim of the study is the use of complex liquid fertilizers, biological drugs and the analysis of agroecological efficiency on the growth of rice in the Aral Sea region.  ...  In other words -to limit competition and oust competitors from the market [6] .  ... 
doi:10.52081/bkaku.2021.v56.i1.009 fatcat:gzbira25tzchtju6rajgdmgd3i

BROKERING ECODESIGN PRACTICES BROKERING ECODESIGN PRACTICES INDUSTRIAL PHD WITH SIEMENS WIND POWER

Kristen Skelton, Kristen Skelton, Arne Remmen
unpublished
The wind farm consists of 48 SWT-2.3-93 Siemens wind turbines and is operated by Vattenfall.  ...  Published by: Aalborg University Press Skjernvej 4A, 2nd floor DK-9220 Aalborg Ø Phone: +45 99407140 aauf@forlag.aau.dk forlag.aau.dk Front cover image: Lillgrund in the Øresund between Malmö and Copenhagen  ...  The Oxford Handbook of Business and the Natural Environment. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann.  ... 
fatcat:2elaqqwd2jennmsrhmly4osnza

The movement of things: tracing eighteenth-century Polynesian artefacts from HMS Pandora

Jasmin Ii Sabai Günther
2021
to remain on display at the museum; the current loan period extends to 2021.  ...  However, the literature on Polynesian stone tools and museum databases often state 'volcanic rock' or specifically 'basaltic stone' or 'basalt' as material from which the artefacts were made.  ... 
doi:10.25903/mh2s-x655 fatcat:gbdrd6lc4bfwhasm6wtmp3qhhi

Considerations for the interdisciplinary development of environmental system models [article]

Takuya Iwanaga, University, The Australian National
2021
Use of IEMs allows for the consideration of the flow-on effects due to system changes and interaction, and how these may affect long-term SES behaviour.  ...  IEMs are developed for the purpose of integrating knowledge across the various disciplines involved, whereas traditional approaches focus on single systems within the SES, such as hydrology, economics,  ...  from the Hilda-John Endowment Fund.  ... 
doi:10.25911/7ddv-5216 fatcat:43ucuqtwvbbzxoj3g34v76sd4i

Whose Pictures Are These? Re-framing the promise of participatory photography

Tiffany Fairey
2015
, including its governmentality, spectatorship and long term impact on participants.  ...  The notion of a 'Photography of Becoming' re-imagines the critical and political character of participatory photography and the complex and vulnerable politics of voice in which it is immersed.  ...  In 1998, the book 'No Mundo Maravilhoso do Futebol' was published by Basalt.  ... 
doi:10.25602/gold.00022355 fatcat:anjwyz2qfrfljgh3wdjegh5yte

"The world is a welter": Gardens, mountains and ruins in Edith Wharton's fiction

Margarida São Bento Cadima
2021
Does the current scholarly fascination with the environmental humanities reveal previously unexamined or overlooked facets of Wharton's craft?  ...  On university syllabi Wharton often features as a novelist of manners par excellence, whose fiction documents in coruscating detail the cossetted inhabitants of well-appointed libraries and drawing-rooms  ...  In retrospect, the Central Park walk in Bunner Sisters marks the beginning of the sisters' tragedy: "On Sundays they usually went for the whole afternoon to the Central Park, and Ann Eliza, from her seat  ... 
doi:10.5525/gla.thesis.82503 fatcat:eeudhge5njdericstldzoc7oe4

Modelling of PM 10 and PM 2.5 building infiltration during a dust event in Doha, Qatar

Christos Argyropoulos, Mishma Abraham, Hala Hassan, Atif Ashraf, Eleni Fthenou, Eman Sadoun, Konstantinos Kakosimos
unpublished
The first is adopted for computing the external wind pressures including the meteorological effects, while the latter is a multi-zone model for indoor air quality (IAQ).  ...  The use of QUIC-CFD model improves the computation of wind pressures, velocities and pollutant concentrations, while the outputs of CFD model can be used as inputs to CONTAM.  ...  The authors wish to thank Simon Leiner for his input on the section on energy estimations.  ... 
fatcat:accd2aif6bgybp4rzicaferq6i

Spatial analysis of residential urban form changes: a detailed-geography approach to monitoring results of urban consolidation policy, exemplified for the Melbourne Metropolitan Area

Thi Hong Thu Phan
2017
The study results reported here refer to devising improved ways of monitoring the considerable urban residential form changes that have resulted from implementation of the Victorian urban consolidation  ...  The policy is designed to improve the return on investment in existing infrastructure and services, as well as housing affordability and residential liveability.  ...  the feedbacks from key stakeholders.  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/589297635709e fatcat:ccwx7454vfchtk3hzmt7xfk2ry