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Early Modern Spanish literature, also known as Golden Age Spanish literature, is a well-established period in the History of Spanish literary tradition, covering from the beginning of the sixteenth century to the end of the seventeenth century, from Renaissance to Baroque works. In the case of poetry, the stylistic change from one aesthetic to the...
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The Sassanid Empire (637-224 AD) is one of the most important periods in the history of science and especially the history of medical science in Iran. During the Sassanid era, on the one hand, Iranian medicine became an independent school but more integrated in interaction with Greek medicine, and on the other hand, an extensive administrative orga...
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The Mughal emperors brought significant changes to the various aspects of Indian subcontinent. The construction of a strong central and provincial government, land and revenue arrangements, the revival of trade and commerce, the establishment of justice, and the growth and development of education all contributed to the medieval period being seen a...
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In addition to his stellar scientific career, Prof. Yuval Ne'eman devoted a number of his years to public service. At the beginning of the 1980s, Ne'eman joined the political arena, through which he sought to actualize his ideological beliefs. In this capacity, he helped bring about the establishment of dozens of Jewish settlements in Juda and Sama...
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It is known that, for centuries, Muslim countries have been lagging in sciences. Today, all Islamic countries are undertaking intense scientific efforts to catch up with the West. So how long until we catch up with the West as a reward for all this hard work? What should we do if there are no promising findings? In this study herein, the scientific...
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Oktar, S. (2022). Madrasity: A new model of Islamic higher education integrating religion and science inspired by madrasah and university.. Katre Uluslararası İnsan Araştırmaları Dergisi , (13) , 32-62. Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/katre/issue/70565/1089699 (Yukarıda kaynak gösterilen orijinal makalenin Türkçe versiyonudur) Abstra...
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’ During the late Middle Ages a growth of scientific and philosophical knowledge began to occur. There was an increase in attention to art and architecture. Europe started to move forward in terms of intellect and culture. The ‘Golden Age of Europe’ is well exemplified in documents 6, 7, and 10. “… we learn that an age once traditionally described...
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Discussion around the concept of post-democracy in political science par- tially overlaps with a long-term narrative about the crisis of democracy. While there seems to be a general consensus on the concept of post-democracy, this notion is rath- er controversial. The current paper analyzes the treatment of the concept of post-de- mocracy in the wo...
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The development of e-commerce has ushered in a golden age. E-commerce product reviews are remarks initiated by online shopping users to evaluate the quality and service of the products they purchase; these reviews help consumers learn the reality of the product. The sentiment polarity of e-commerce product reviews is the best way to obtain customer...
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Deeply-inelastic scattering (DIS) stands to enter a golden age with the prospect of precision programs at the Electron-Ion Collider (EIC) and Large Hadron-electron Collider (LHeC). While these programs will be of considerable importance to resolving longstanding issues in (non)perturbative QCD as well as hadronic and nuclear structure, they will al...
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The aim of this paper is to discuss the main causes of the interruption of the process of socially inclusive growth that occurred in the Brazilian economy from the mid-2000s, which we will call the Brazilian economy's "Brief Golden Age". Our analysis is based on two central hypotheses. The first is that, for a number of structural reasons, this pro...
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Adopting an international historical perspective, this study aims to identify the main empirical regularities in the long-run growth pattern of government expenditure. The application of parametric and non-parametric analyses to a sample of developed countries observed over the period 1880–2018 allows us to detect two main findings. The first is th...
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Globally, 1.35 million people unfortunately lose their lives due to road traffic collisions, on average, per year. On the contrary, only 493 people on average are killed in incidents involving aircraft per year. Air travel is without doubt the safest way to travel and we are in the golden age for aircraft safety. There are many different systems an...
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This paper offers an analysis of the landmark 1961 speech given by the Federal Communications Commission chairman, Newton N. Minow (born 1926). It includes a discussion of the rhetorical situation in which the oration was delivered, review of the persuasive tactics employed by the orator and the goals he attempted to achieve, as well as assessment...
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Abstrak Munculnya tiga kerajaan Islam terbesar yang telah memebrikan banyak kontribusi bagi perkembangan peradaban Islam yaitu Kerajaan Turki Usmani, Kerajaan Safawi di Persia dan Kerajaan Mughal di India. Kerajaan Usmani meraih puncak kejayaan di bawah kepemimpinan Sultan Sulaiman Al-Qanuni (1520-1566 M) di kerajaan safawi, Syah Abbas I membawa ke...
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In addition to social, political and economic traumas that are inherent to democratization and that are common to all postcommunist societies from Central and Eastern Europe, the Romanian society has confronted, since the 90s, the effects of some “cultural traumas” (J. C. Alexander), in particular resulting from the intellectual conflicts of memory...
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The primary motivation in this paper is inspired by the notion "brothers" from two perspectives: first, the official and popular motto of Yugoslavia was "brotherhood and unity"; and second, "Once Brothers" sports documentary film released on 12 October, 2010 featuring the relationship between the basketball stars Dražen Petrović and Vlade Divac. Th...
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Gestural and pantomimic accounts of language origins propose that language did not develop directly from ape vocalisations, but rather that its emergence was preceded by an intervening stage of bodily-visual communication, during which our ancestors communicated with their hands, arms, and the entire body. Gestural and pantomimic scenarios are agai...
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With the proposal to achieve carbon neutrality by the mid-21st century, carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) as a critical negative carbon technology is receiving extensive attention and concerns around the world. Under this context, the development of CCUS and relevant literature both have been experiencing an upsurge. However, the actu...
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The science and technology of Islamic countries are not developed relative to Western and other civilized countries. It is understood that the leading Muslim countries are still far behind the West despite all their progress. If Muslims want to reach the West in science and technology, they need to change higher education institutions. We have an i...
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The true story of the Pirate of Cotinga, La Buse (nickname of Olivier Levasseur), told the Folha do Litoral News. La Buse was one of the most important pirates of the Caribbean in the so-called Golden Age. His ship called "La Louise" a frigate stolen on Ash Wednesday from 1716. In this interview and' made a general explanation of my research that w...
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ABSTRACT This research proposes a new method to map and classify art clusters , combining multiple dimensions of spatial and social network analyses. This method innovatively blends a historic GIS approach, spatial statistics and qualitative data analysis, and experiments with the Republican-period of Shanghai art world, known as the golden age of...
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This paper deals with the Secular Stagnation in productivity growth that marks the US economy since the end of the Golden Age. I contribute to the understanding of this phenomenon proposing a theoretical and empirical analysis. On the theoretical side, I develop an agent-based, stock-flow consistent model to investigate the deep relationship betwee...
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An exceptional correspondence took place between the Jews of Bukhara and those of Shklov in 1802–03. Neither community had known of the other’s existence beforehand, and it was only due to geopolitical changes that they discovered each other. The Jews of Shklov were sure that those of Bukhara belonged to the ten lost tribes. This excited them immen...
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This article draws upon data from the Historical Thesaurus of English (HTE) to explore the lexical field of laughter in a corpus of thirteen children's novels. The thirteen novels are all from the first 'Golden Age' of children's literature in English, namely the late 19 th and early 20 th century. The study takes items in the HTE's lexical domain...
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The Welfare State, which emerged almost one hundred years ago, and whose influence in the social, economic and political sphere is gradually increasing, has been the subject of discussion both at the national and international level, especially since the mid-1970s. The welfare state is a state that provides citizens with social and economic rights...
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Cet article est une étude de la représentation du noir dans El prevenido engañado de la nouvelliste espagnole du Siècle d'Or María de Zayas y Sotomayor. Nous y analysons comment les constructions sociales sur le noir sont transposées dans la littérature de son époque. Il s'agit également d'y expliquer comment, à travers une relation idyllique entre...
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The popularity of Internet and mobile media in China has weaken the collective TV viewing culture in Chinese families. Behind the decline of television, the China Central Television’s Spring Festival Gala Show (Gala Show) is hard to maintain its glory and gradually being questioned and challenged. Why does TV viewing and Gala Show still matter in s...
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For the past few years, concepts like Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Deep Learning (DL) have been slowly infiltrating the health industry, bringing with them technology and solutions that are transforming the face of healthcare. Each of these technologies is interconnected, offering something unique to the business and alterin...
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France’s traditional policy in Africa, born after the independence of cataclysms, does not know how to make exception to the fundamental notion of the life cycle. It was born, grew up, and continues to age as it heads towards its probable end of cycle — end of its history — as a result of its gradual and continuous decline. This paper therefore bri...
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Stradivari’s apprenticeship is still not completely understood today. Tradition has it that he was a pupil of Nicola Amati, the great violin maker who preceded him in musical instruments production in the city of Cremona. However, no documents proving Stradivari’s presence in Nicola Amati's workshop can be found. In this paper, we present a dendroc...
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This study argues that voice is a communicative tool used in people’s daily life, and it can also be a vocal apparatus for actors to deliver acting functions in films. In this study, the author demonstrated how actors project voice qualities of pitch, loudness and intonation to achieve various communicative functions in vocal acting by investigatin...
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The Aviation Hub and Expo, in addition to the School of Aircraft Engineering, is a timetable that can preview the history of aircraft to date, and develop or plan air navigation technologies or foundations, and develop the air transport industry to ensure its safety, security, and growth. This study collects different types of information and studi...
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A philosopher king should be at the head of the best state that Plato has mentioned in his idealized understanding of the state. If this doesn’t happen, the best way is for kings to become philosophers. Although Plato's ideal state could not be realized, the moral and political philosophy of Marcus Aurelius, the Roman emperor and philosopher, who w...
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Today, when technology is in its golden age, the application intensity of buildings with different construction techniques and complex functions is increasing, and in this direction, it is important that the current architectural production systems keep up with the times. For this evaluation, the first building type that comes to mind in the last c...
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Climate change has become significantly pronounced in the Arctic over recent decades. In addition to these climate effects, the environment has experienced severe anthropogenic pressure connected to increased human activities, including the exploitation of natural resources and tourism. The opportunity to exploit some of the natural riches of Svalb...
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Biographies of Walter B. Cannon (1871-1945) usually present two sides of his life: one, where he was an outstanding man of science in the United States during the so-called "Golden Age of Medicine," and the other, where he was a leading humanitarian activist engaged in myriad causes, notably in the defense of Spanish democracy during the Civil War...
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Formulation is an ancient concept, although the word has been used only recently. The first formulations made our civilization advance by inventing bronze, steel, and gunpowder; then, it was used in medieval alchemy. When chemistry became a science and with the golden age of organic synthesis, the second formulation period began. This made it possi...
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In this era of globalization technology can develop rapidly, everything can be easily known on the internet. On the internet we can find out things are difficult to reach even though because the internet is a source of information. The use of good technology is to utilize technology to be a useful thing that can add insight for the wearer. From you...
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the article proves that the socalled Islamic Golden Age is not what it looks like. The islamic and arab rhetoric is so biased that it is difficult to form a good understanding of the reality. The proposterous idea that there would be no Renaissance, Reformation or Enlightenment without islam has been debunked. Core figures of the time 9th to the 21...
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Drawing on the theory of political myths and qualitative source analysis, this article compares political mythologies created by the presidents of Poland and Argentina. The main argument is that they struck populist notes by using conspiracy, saviour, unity, and golden age myths to legitimize government policies during the pandemic. The crisis gave...
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The Mesozoic is considered as the ‘golden age’ for the diversification of Neuroptera (lacewings), and many unusual lacewing larvae have been discovered in Cretaceous amber. However, little is known about their early evolution because of the rarity of fossils. Herein, we describe a new genus and species, Kuafupolydentes hui gen. et sp. nov., one of...
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This file contains (1) Research Proposal: "Science Disguised As Fiction: Dark Matter in Rudolph Fisher's The Conjure-Man Dies (1932)," by Nancy Ann Watanabe; (2) Email of submission; and (3) Email of Acceptance from the Co-Editors of the academic publication _Mean Streets: A Journal of American Crime and Detective Fiction_.
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The article is devoted to the peculiarity of artistic expression of the theme of money in “A Writer’s Diary” by F. M. Dostoevsky. The article indicates that Dostoevsky’s journalistic style is characterized by the use of metaphor as an artistic term that can accurately designate the phenomena of current reality and give them a social, cultural or ph...
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Resumen: Más de 35 años después de aparecer La abadía del crimen (1987), este videojuego contin-úa ofreciendo nuevas versiones que acuden a su obra original deglutiéndose bajo su propia autorreiteración, como si, allende fronteras, de un Pac-Man o Doom se tratara. ¿Qué tiene este software, que adapta de forma no canónica la novela de un prestigioso...
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Insects are important in human culture and society from many aspects. Not only do they compete for our food and fiber but they also are important in the transmission of animal and plant diseases. Insects provide many beneficial aspects to human society such pollination, biological control. An area of study often overlooked with insects is that of C...
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Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675) was born in the XVII century, in the Golden Age of the Netherlands, when he was the richest and most powerful. He is a painter of the Baroque period who lived in the XIX century. "The Girl with the Pearl Earring" is a painting that is one of the masterpieces of the Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer. As the name implies, th...
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Language skills are very important in early childhood development. This literature review aims to provide reinforcement to parents and teachers in order to stimulate language skills in children from an early age. It is necessary applied for children so that the opportunity to make the children’s golden age of 0 to 4 can be realized on both aspects...
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The lithium market has experienced an unprecedented boom in recent years like a “golden age” and is one of the fastest growing raw material markets in the world. The fast growing demand for lithium is mainly related to the increase in the production of lithium-ion batteries used in electric or hybrid vehicles and portable electronic equipment, and...
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In the 80’s representatives of the second wave feminist theory nurtured hopes that new technologies would become an effective instrument of liberating from binary oppositions of patriarchal culture. Donna Haraway saw the potential of social transformations in cybernetic technologies. The fusion of biological, mechanical and cybernetic was to have l...
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We are in the golden age of AI. Developing AI software for computer games is one of the most exciting trends of today's day and age. Recently games like Hearthstone Battle grounds have captivated millions of players due to it's sophistication, with an infinite number of unique interactions that can occur in the game. In this research, a Monte-Carlo...
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Abstract: The novel Myra Breckinridge (1968) was a new scandal in the literary career of the controversial Gore Vidal, in which he developed the archetypal themes of his literature: non normative sexuality and the contamination of the cinematic imaginary in all cultural spheres and especially in literature. Myra Breckinridge constructed her mental...
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In Italy, the theme of the school, and more generally of education in the broadest sense, already in turmoil before the epidemic, seems to be exploding today in all its urgency, both because of the instances - above all pedagogical - of transformation brought by the pandemic itself (which from this point of view has acted as a catalyst), and becaus...
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This volume explores the conception and utilization of the Greek past in the Roman province of Achaea in the 2nd century CE, and the reception of the artistic, cultural, and intellectual outputs of this century in later periods. Achaea, usually defined by international scholars as “old Greece”, was the only Roman province located entirely within th...
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Since the 1970s, developing countries across the world have collectively experienced a series of economic upswings and downturns. Existing theories of international development, which mostly focus on country-specific factors that facilitate or hinder growth, cannot explain this across-the-board cycle. We argue that the cycle is driven by changes in...
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Formulation is an ancient concept, although the word has been used only recently. The first formulations made our civilization advance by inventing bronze, steel, and gunpowder; then, it was used in medieval alchemy. When chemistry became a science and with the golden age of organic synthesis, the second formulation period began. This made it possi...
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The conventional wisdom is that (i) the published accounts of British registered companies fulfilled a narrow stewardship role from inception (1844) through to 1947 when the Companies Act added significantly to statutory disclosure requirements, and (ii) the ‘decision useful’ role of published financial reports is the creation of ‘golden age’ accou...
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The presence of a superior young generation is highly expected by a nation. Because the progress of a nation will be seen how the role of youth in various fields, including in the fields of science, technology and education. Youth in this case is the determinant of the development to the advancement of a civilization, so it can be said that the rol...
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Dutch Golden Age painters could convincingly depict all sorts of materials. How did they do it and how do we perceive them as such, are questions that only recently have started to be addressed by art historians and vision scientists, respectively. This paper aims to discuss how a booklet of pictorial recipes written by the Dutch painter Willem Beu...
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"Science Disguised As Fiction: Dark Matter in Rudolph Fisher's _The Conjure Man Dies_ (1932)," by Nancy Ann Watanabe, is the proposed working title for a proposal and an envisaged submission for publication in the new peer-reviewed academic journal _Mean Streets: A Journal of American Crime and Detective Fiction_, (publisher: Pace University Press,...
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Based on a corpus of communicative immediacy texts, the present study analyzes the variation between the adverbs ansí and así during the Golden Age Spanish period. Within the framework of historical sociolinguistics, the mixed-effects logistic regression analysis carried out shows that the vernacular form ansí enjoyed considerable success during th...
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The Arab world encompasses a broader geographical area, covering a wide variety of countries in Asia and Africa. Arab culture is due to much of its development in all the fields of intellectual practice, including in medicine, particularly during the Golden Age of the Arabic Islamic sciences (8th-13th centuries C.E.). The glorious history of the Ar...
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Islamic material culture is often either discussed in terms of its typology or its technological characteristics, as defined by scientific analysis, sometimes leading to its provenance. Here these aspects will be discussed in terms of their contrasting social, political and ritual contexts along the Eurasian Silk Roads. The concept of the terrestri...
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Modern scholarship on the medieval Sahara has focused on a handful of famous entrepôt sites that have their origins in the 8th century or later, and as a result we still understand very poorly the nature and extent of Saharan oasis settlement and agriculture in the golden age of Saharan trade. This article presents the first securely dated chronolo...
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Deeply-inelastic scattering (DIS) stands to enter a golden age with the prospect of precision programs at the Electron-Ion Collider (EIC) and Large Hadron-electron Collider (LHeC). While these programs will be of considerable importance to resolving longstanding issues in (non)perturbative QCD as well as hadronic and nuclear structure, they will al...
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There was a time in cinema history, corresponding with the so-called Hollywood's "golden age" (roughly covering the '40s to the early and middle '60s of last century) when major productions, i.e. movies which could rely on big budgets (in anticipation of even greater profits) and attractive technical innovations (such as huge improvements in colour...
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Jean-Baptiste Gouyon argued that nature documentary filmmaking in the British Empire arose primarily as a successor to the imperial practice of hunting. Instead of enjoying the natural bounties of their empire through the cultural practice of the hunt, British elites enjoyed them through filmmaking. While intense criticism has been levelled at Cous...
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ÖZET Amaç: Yapay zekânın sağlık alanındaki uygulamaları dikkat çekici hızla ilerlemektedir. Bu çalışma kapsamında diyabet ve yapay zekâ konusunda yayınlanan çalışmaların detaylı bir incelemesinin yapılması, çalışmaların zaman içindeki eğiliminin belirlenmesi, hangi konularda daha fazla araştırma yapıldığının incelenmesi ve konuyla ilgili küresel il...
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Most of the comprehension of verbal deception among readers descends from social psychology and cognitive perspectives, particularly from political, advertising, and forensic discourse. One hitherto neglected domain of discourse is that of literature, particularly crime fiction. The study undertaken presents some of the many strategies which a psyc...
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Global governance primarily focuses on the management and governance of global affairs that are beyond the ability of the state to solve through formal and informal interactions between local, national, regional, and international actors. The post-cold war era can be called the golden age of the process of global governance. This process has signif...
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Imagine you wake up in the morning and find everything inside your bedroom gold, you go out of your bedroom and find your entire house, roads, gardens, trees, houses and buildings in addition to neighbors' dogs that running behind you, all are made of gold; this means you didn’t wake up yet, and this is just imagination dream while you were in deep...
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Mobile forensics today is an essential part of nearly every criminal investigation. This contribution tries to shed light on the question, to which extent mobile forensics has reached its zenith. Moreover, is it turned out whether we are heading for a crisis in the future? In this context, a literature survey is presented that attempts to identify...
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Two different approaches of two different time-series models were used to predict the critical frequency (foF2) of the ionospheric F2 layer over Athens (38.0° N, 23.5° E), Greece. Experimental foF2 data were obtained for the Athens station between 2004 and 2018. For the foF2 prediction, the R language forecasthybrid model library time-series conven...
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The book offers a panchronic analysis of queísmo, one of the oldest variational phenomena in Spanish syntax, from the Golden Age period to this day. Within the framework of historical sociolinguistics and on the empirical basis of a broad corpus of texts close to the pole of immediacy, the study analyzes the factors that have conditioned this varia...
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The September 2021 Report presents key findings of the household socioeconomic status study conducted in the reporting period of 12 months, from January to December 2021. Since the study was carried out during the COVID-19 outbreaks across provinces and the surveillance sites in PNG, this report focuses on the analyses of household socioeconomic ch...
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This study aimed to explore the relationship between dynamic capabilities (internal and external integration) and sustainability performance on three pillars: environmental, social, and economic aspects of a newly established community named the "Urip Joyo" village of tempeh community, Pekalongan City, Indonesia. During the analysis, sample collect...
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An exceptional chain of events in science, technology, art and planning took place in Latin America in the 1970s. Does this wonder shed light upon our view of the basic roots of cultural, social and political blooming? This paper intends to adduce evidence on second-order cybernetics processes underlying five outstanding cases in real societies and...
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My book is aimed at younger generations, who have not had the benefit of studying the complexities of the global financial system and how or why it is likely to collapse in the near future as it is not taught in schools or colleges. The book describes the global financial system as an incomplete jigsaw, implying that, until all the main parts of i...
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Kerala, the most literate State in India, has advanced in social, technological, health, economic, and educational fields. Schools and colleges in Kerala have taken the global problem of climate change as an urgent matter of importance. Creating Islamic finance and economics saw resurgence within the last four decades. Islamic finance has emerged a...
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The idea that tumour microenvironment (TME) is organised in a spatial manner will not surprise many cancer biologists; however, systematically capturing spatial architecture of TME is still not possible until recent decade. The past five years have witnessed a boom in the research of high-throughput spatial techniques and algorithms to delineate TM...
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Özet Türkiye’de makine halıcılığına yatırım 1950’lerde başlamıştır. İlk başta duvardan duvara halı gibi sektöre yeni tüketim alanları yaratarak kendine pazar bulmuş ve ilerlemiştir. Türkiye’de halıcılık sektörü, 1970’ten itibaren makine halıcılığının da gelişmeye başlamasıyla, insan emeğine dayalı el halıcılığı ile sermayeye dayalı makine halıcılığ...
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The sea/maritime domain is a critical frontier of human exploration and exploitation for food production, transportation, commerce, research, communication, mining, defence, security, power projection and prestige in international system. These made it a frontier of strategic cooperation, competition and conflict. Consequently, the sea has been mil...
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This article discusses the cultivation of spiritual values in early childhood through the story of Uwais Al-Qarni at TPA Safinatussafa, LhokAman. Early childhood is a crucial period in shaping a child's personality. Early childhood is a golden age where children have all the potential that must be developed. Cultivation of spiritual values is carri...
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This magazine aims to give a voice to the contemporary Chinese and non-Chinese scholars and artists with a background of studying in China. Our purpose is to create a cultural bridge between two great cultures, in order to establish a rich and fruitful dialogue in the sphere of Chinese painting. Chinese mountain and water painting is one of the mai...