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The Catholic Encyclopedia (192 Articles) Peter Abelard Dialectician, philosopher, and theologian, born 1079; died 1142. Peter Abelard (also spelled Abeillard, Abailard, etc., while the best manuscripts have Abaelardus ) was born in the little
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It will provide both an introduction to algorithm design, discussing concrete algorithms and data structures, and an investigation into the limits of mechanization (intractability and noncomputability). ... 3. Programming Languages and Paradigms. 4.
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This approach makes it possible for other researchers and corpus compilers to review, emulate or adapt concrete design goals. ... However, the relative sizes of such subcorpora are undefined by the BNC design specification.
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A More Concrete Design. 16 The Refinement Calculus , 18. • CHAPTER 4 IMPLEMENTATION 31. ... A More Concrete Design. In the abstract specification from the last chapter, Var and Val were introduced as sets of undefined objects.
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Moreover, any flexibiHty in the approach to the problem is hampered by the need to make concrete design decisions.
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EmphaSIS Is put on concrete design examples because it Is felt tnat t le best way of getting the flavours of systolic systems IS to examine the real intrinsic operations of ... The working priciples of systolic arrays are perhaps best illustrated by
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Agent-based analysis is discussed in section 3, and design in section 4. ... Concrete entities, in contrast, are used within the design process, and will typically have direct counterparts in the run-time system.
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4.3 Conclusion. &quot;. 24. 2. 5 Log of t he project 25 5.1 Initial design.
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This report will examine the role that formal methods can play in the design of value added services. ... 3.2 Refinement. Refinement is the process of producing a concrete design, and ultimately executable code, from an abstract specification (Woodcock
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29 3.5 Analysing Trust in World Views. 30. 4 Design &amp;Implementation 35 4.1 Introduction. ... world views. – Design and develop a prototype system that creates world views from social.
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