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We're going to dscuss the ways of managing information and communication technologies (ICTs) in Language and Culture
Should we presuppose a range of effective tools for accomplishments of tasks: tasks envisaged in the process of communication of people of different nations?
Of course, a rich strategy of using communicative instruments is to be demonstrated...
This issue is of great importance and to be discussed in open and representative manner.
The context of sustainable development is just more than important in the analysis of the development of language and culture of contemporary civilization...
That's why, ELECTRONIC PERIODICAL “COMPRENDE” invites you to a discussion!
Exasperated by rising subscription costs charged by academic publishers, Harvard University has encouraged its faculty members to make their research freely available through open access journals and to resign from publications that keep articles behind paywalls.
A memo from Harvard Library to the university's 2,100 teaching and research staff called for action after warning it could no longer afford the price hikes imposed by many large journal publishers, which bill the library around $3.5m a year.
The extraordinary move thrusts one of the world's wealthiest and most prestigious institutions into the centre of an increasingly fraught debate over access to the results of academic research, much of which is funded by the taxpayer.
The outcome of Harvard's decision to take on the publishers will be watched closely by major universities around the world and is likely to prompt others to follow suit.
The memo from Harvard's faculty advisory council said major publishers had created an «untenable situation» at the university by making scholarly interaction «fiscally unsustainable» and «academically restrictive», while drawing profits of 35% or more. Prices for online access to articles from two major publishers have increased 145% over the past six years, with some journals costing as much as $40,000, the memo said.
More than 10,000 academics have already
My department spends about £5bn each year funding academic research – and it is because we believe in the fundamental importance of this research that we have protected the science budget for the whole of this parliament.
We fund this research because it furthers human knowledge and drives intellectual, social and economic progress. In line with our commitment to open information, tomorrow I will be announcing at the Publishers Association annual meeting that we will make publicly funded research accessible free of charge to readers. Giving people the right to roam freely over publicly funded research will usher in a new era of academic discovery and collaboration, and will put the UK at the forefront of open research.
The challenge is how we get there without ruining the value added by academic publishers. The controversy about the status and reliability of reviews on TripAdvisor is a reminder of how precious genuine, objective peer review is. We still need to pay for such functions, which is why one attractive model – known as gold – has the funders of research covering the costs. Another approach, known as green, includes a closed period before wider release during which journals can earn revenues.
While opening up the fruits of research is a seismic shift for academic publishing, it is not a leap into the unknown. There are many good examples in medicine. For instance, the Wellcome Trust requires all the research it funds to be made freely available online. A report this year from the U.S. Committee for Economic Development has concluded that the US National Institute...
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Relation of soul is direct with heart....heart is some time against the mind...
Brain is inverslely proportional to the the heart....
Heart is directely propotional to the soul...
Soul is spritual and brain is physical....
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practical things happened by mind...
God made human not to live practically..but live with heart...so heart belongs to soul..and soul is spritual...
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2D mesh network is one of the popular interconnection networks for massively parallel processing systems. Several parallel machines have been designed based on 2D mesh/torus network such as Infiniband, Intel Paragon and myrinet. With the rapid growth in the architecture of the supercomputer a fault tolerance is a hot topic in current scenario.
This forum invites researchers and scientists for discussion about various techniques for the improvement of fault tolerance property of 2 dimensional mesh network.
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— Обложка спецвыпуска научного медицинского журнала Nature Medicine, включающего данные ведущих мировых разработчиков ВИЧ вакцины.(Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise). В этом выпуске Всемирный центр публикует Стратегический научный план 2010 года по ускорению создания вакцин против ВИЧ (“План 2010”), разработанный Советом Глобального Центра при участии сотен ученых, специалистов, представителей финансирующих науку организаций и активистов.
Учебный ролик по Теплообмену. Фактически курс лекций за несколько месяцев в сжатом виде ( Educational film about temperature exchange ).
With your help, the Quake-Catcher Network can provide better understanding of earthquakes, give early warning to schools, emergency response systems, and others. The Quake-Catcher Network also provides educational software designed to help teach about earthquakes and earthquake hazards.
Primary craters (those created directly from an impactor from space) can be the same size as secondary craters, which makes dating surfaces based on the number of accumulated craters difficult to near-impossible. Secondary craters are distinguished from primaries based on their morphologies. They are sometimes irregularly shaped, as seen in this image, because they form at relatively low velocities. The velocity of the impactor determines a crater’s size, shape, and depth, with lower energy impacts forming shallow, less-developed craters and higher energy impacts forming deeper, more regular craters.
Secondary craters often occur in clusters, as seen here, as a piece of ejecta breaks up before hitting the surface. Primary craters form at random locations globally. Secondary clusters are more likely to be found in groups because of their formation mechanism.
Explanation: Like a butterfly, a white dwarf star begins its life by casting off a cocoon that enclosed its former self. In this analogy, however, the Sun would be a caterpillar and the ejected shell of gas would become the prettiest of all! In the above cocoon, the planetary nebula designated NGC 2440, contains one of the hottest white dwarf stars known. The white dwarf can be seen as the bright dot near the photo's center. Our Sun will eventually become a white dwarf butterfly but not for another 5 billion years. The above false color image was post-processed by Forrest Hamilton.
In foreign contries, a big part of educational and even scientific activities exists within the frames of cooperative associations, PTA organisations, and so on. Moreover, the most interesting scientific and research projects exists and registers there sometimes. But with the registrations on this site arise problems with direction on them...
ARToolKit is a software library that can be used to calculate camera position and orientation relative to physical markers in real time. This enables the easy development of a wide range of Augmented Reality applications
Get it here ARToolKitPlus 2.0: http://studierstube.icg.tu-graz.ac.at/handheld_ar/artoolkitplus.php
Handheld AR project: http://studierstube.icg.tu-graz.ac.at/handheld_ar
Possibly homebrew Augmented Reality applications on the way by those who have the time to play with this