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PART II. STUDIES FOR THE SPRING TERM [chapter]

2019 Natural History of the Farm  
This film of soil covers the rocky earth-crust with great irregularity as to distribution and depth ; for its materials are derived in the main from the weathering of the rocks.  ...  Fitting floor For this magnificent temple of the sky-With flowers whose glory and whose multitude Rival the constellations." -Bryant (The Prairies) . Chief of all land laws is the law of gravity.  ...  Observations at a Spring Any clear-flowing permanent spring will do for this study whether " improved" with a basin or a spring-house, 01' not.  ... 
doi:10.7591/9781501740770-003 fatcat:5mqgw4npzngxtb2hmko4kpgddq

The Autonomous City Explorer: Towards Natural Human-Robot Interaction in Urban Environments

Andrea Bauer, Klaas Klasing, Georgios Lidoris, Quirin Mühlbauer, Florian Rohrmüller, Stefan Sosnowski, Tingting Xu, Kolja Kühnlenz, Dirk Wollherr, Martin Buss
2009 International Journal of Social Robotics  
This article describes the principles and system components for navigation in urban environments, information retrieval through natural human-robot interaction, the construction of a suitable semantic  ...  This work is supported in part within the DFG excellence initiative research cluster Cognition for Technical Systems -CoTeSys, see also www.cotesys.org, within the European Commission as part of the Robot  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank BlueBotics SA (www.bluebotics.com) for their support with the mobile platform.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12369-009-0011-9 fatcat:fgytamcabnhf7ko4t2bmy7nyvm

JSE 33:1 Spring 2019 Whole Issue PDF

Kathleen E. Erickson
2019 Journal of Scientific Exploration  
Finally, comes chiropractic and another piece on computerized, motion-based, full-body tracking.  ...  Partly based on Eva C.'  ...  ignored or studied inadequately within mainstream science, and to promote improved understanding of social and intellectual factors that limit the scope of scientifi c inquiry.  ... 
doaj:29c0d635f69745848ceb506a17ab6322 fatcat:w5unqomi35ci3it4i4bijcdgwa

Extending Enterprise Architecture with Mobility

Ming-Chien Wu, Bhuvan Unhelkar
2008 VTC Spring 2008 - IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference  
system users need to attend a training workshop for learning how to use this new technology.  ...  From my working and study experience, I started to think how to add such new emerging technologies as mobile technologies into the business information system, for example, supply chain management systems  ...  Infrared communications are useful for indoor use in areas of high population density.  ... 
doi:10.1109/vetecs.2008.617 dblp:conf/vtc/WuU08 fatcat:udab4nu64ve2pjpzy3agzjhyca

Beyond the Enforcement Principle: Sodomy Laws, Social Norms, and Social Panoptics

Ryan Goodman
2001 California Law Review  
Social norms scholarship offers various conceptual models for understanding law's capacity to produce or inhibit particular behaviors.  ...  The findings of this inquiry provide the empirical basis for development of a conceptual model for understanding the process by which laws intersect with informal social surveillance to produce a regime  ...  In this section, I present findings based on follow-up interviews conducted in Spring 1999.12 On balance, the data support the conclusions in the previous discussion, with one possible exception (the 307  ... 
doi:10.2307/3481180 fatcat:edo4rhfoljeqlnzpsfo7c3n6vu

"Val Verde on the Sunny Rio Grande" Geoarcheological and Historical Investigations at San Felipe Springs, Val Verde County, Texas

1999 Index of Texas Archaeology Open Access Grey Literature from the Lone Star State  
The work was done in preparation for construction of a water treatment plant and related facilities for the City of Del Rio.  ...  Historic components at 41VV1820 and 41VV444 contain structures related to the City of Del Rio's water pumping and distribution system.  ...  The assemblage suggests that San Felipe Springs served as a major base camp for Toyah peoples.  ... 
doi:10.21112/ita.1999.1.25 fatcat:yf4gxbo4kzfmzpw47u3jcnm3py

a-k (complete) Living 2016: Cultural Codes and Arrays in Arab Everyday Worlds Five Years After the "Arab Spring"

Stephan Guth (ed.), Elena Chiti (ed.)
2017 Journal of Arabic and Islamic studies  
centuries the social fabric, from the nuclear family to the political system.  ...  throughout history has certainly to do with the national political culture, with its characteristic mix of deference and derision towards patriarchal authoritarianism, a mix that seems to have permeated for  ...  It is primarily based on monitoring social media buzz throughout the first part of this year, not least using <BuzzSumo.com> to track popular issues shared via social media.  ... 
doi:10.5617/jais.4761 fatcat:i7lturfgofdenhww7hvmkyyiiq

The NHI and the emergence of video-based multimodal studies of social interaction. Response to Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz and Adam Kendon [chapter]

Lorenza Mondada
2021 Zenodo  
Commentary on "The Natural History of an Interview and the microanalysis of behavior in social interaction: A critical moment in research practice" (https://zenodo.org/record/5142288)  ...  I am very grateful to all of them for the invaluable intellectual exchange. Many thanks also to Seth Watter and his careful discussion of this paper. Of course, all shortcomings are mine.  ...  multimodal approaches to video-based analyses of social interaction.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5142313 fatcat:tza3em2jm5crjeczdjgtm6hbbi

Context Aware Robot Navigation using Interactively Built Semantic Maps [article]

Akansel Cosgun, Henrik Christensen
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Our gesture based approach can reliably estimate which object is being pointed at and detect ambiguous gestures with probabilistic modeling.  ...  We describe a method to extract metric goals from a semantic map landmark and to plan a human aware path that takes into account the personal spaces of people.  ...  The dynamic planner simulates the future motions of humans by using a social motion model and refines the static path.  ... 
arXiv:1710.08682v2 fatcat:7rhfqwifbbaz5c334kpuv4fyd4

Context-aware robot navigation using interactively built semantic maps

Akansel Cosgun, Henrik I. Christensen
2018 Paladyn: Journal of Behavioral Robotics  
Our gesture-based approach can reliably estimate which object is being pointed at, and detect ambiguous gestures with probabilistic modeling.  ...  We describe a method to extract metric goals from a semantic map landmark and to plan a human aware path that takes into account the personal spaces of people.  ...  The dynamic planner simulates the future motions of humans by using a social motion model and refines the static path.  ... 
doi:10.1515/pjbr-2018-0020 fatcat:nacycjg3cjg3xb6powdqhfawui

Millennial Pivot: Sustainability-Purposed Performance Zoning Guidelines in Urban Commercial Development

Michael N. Widener
2015 Social Science Research Network  
Sustainability limits are defined as a level of "unacceptable damage of a pressure on a social, economic or environmental system based on current knowledge," and these limits can be quantitative or qualitative  ...  "fitness center") for multi-purpose recreation and social gatherings will become conventional.  ...  The still greater challenge for local governments is gradual devolution of authority in the spatial realm, recasting the land development process as an open system governed jointly by government officials  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2638573 fatcat:2urciojxpzbfpdxgrt3ecyyqti

Eligible Non-participation in Canadian Social Welfare Programs

Stephanie Ben-Ishai, Jennifer Robson, Saul Schwartz
2019 McGill Law Journal  
Canadian authorities have a strong track record in managing past economic and financial crises and delivering economic growth. • Make new investments to improve regulatory reviews, streamline the review  ...  Aboriginal Strategy to improve economic opportunities for Aboriginal peoples living in urban centres.  ...  The Canada Social Transfer (CST) provides financial support to provinces and territories for post-secondary education, social assistance and social services, as well as programs for children.  ... 
doi:10.7202/1071748ar fatcat:z6rkxab4snhkfgnbka5bglrdom

Asian Social Science, Vol. 5, No. 2, February, 2009

Editor ASS
2009 Asian Social Science  
The port of Rotterdam is one the three largest oil refining bases in the world and is also a main chemical industry base.  ...  the underground path.  ...  The degrees of improvement for another four level-1 indexes are higher than 70%.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ass.v5n2p0 fatcat:vsc74eurszfxlhvfmo6svzslbe

Asian Social Science, Vol. 4, No. 2, February, 2008

Editor ASS
2008 Asian Social Science  
The port of Rotterdam is one the three largest oil refining bases in the world and is also a main chemical industry base.  ...  the underground path.  ...  The degrees of improvement for another four level-1 indexes are higher than 70%.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ass.v4n2p0 fatcat:w4zkqlniofhoxffofdnkrtuhbi

D3.5 Game Design Document

Laurent Auneau
2016 Zenodo  
teachers to customize scenarios, give access to them, and exploit the analytics reports about competencies developed; students to pervasively play these scenarios, with procedural adaptation support for  ...  The present document does not take into consideration the gamification, social and analytics layers of the platform, but rather focuses on the "game" part, more precisely how scenarios are created, and  ...  Technologies available to create location-based challenges are unified in the BEACONING platform. Technologies available are: -GPS: should be used for tracking user outdoor location.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1289777 fatcat:dwav7ifrongp3h5ryn3vdysk5u
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