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A 1992 paper by M. Anthony Lewis and George A. Bekey discusses the possibility of using swarm intelligence to control nanobots within the body for the purpose of killing cancer tumors.
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The term " evidence-based medicine " first appeared in the medical literature in 1992 in a paper by Guyatt et al.
Paraguay's highly centralized government was fundamentally changed by the 1992 constitution, which reinforced a division of powers that in the previous two Constitutions existed mostly on paper.
Then, in 1992, Justice John Toohey ran out of patience with Alan Skyring and Patrick Cusack's repeated attempts to obtain a re-hearing on their argument that the Commonwealth did not have the power to issue paper money.
Hill, who wrote for the paper from 1992 until 1993, acknowledged to the Chicago Reader that she had written the diatribe originally for the Internet, and that the piece eventually was edited for Newcity.
Professor Diaconis received a MacArthur Fellowship in 1982, and in 1992 published ( with Dave Bayer ) a paper entitled " Trailing the Dovetail Shuffle to Its Lair " ( a term coined by magician Charles Jordan in the early 1900s ) which established rigorous results on how many times a deck of playing cards must be riffle shuffled before it can be considered random according to the mathematical measure total variation distance.
In 1992, due to the popularity of white filter paper, Melitta developed an oxygen-bleaching process to produce white filter paper without chlorine.
The term " software defined radio " was coined in 1991 by Joseph Mitola, who published the first paper on the topic in 1992.
* 1992: Steven Feiner, Blair MacIntyre and Doree Seligmann present the first major paper on an AR system prototype, KARMA, at the Graphics Interface conference.
It also contains the notion of military pre-eminence that was reflected in a Department of Defense paper of 1992, " Defense Policy Guidance ", prepared by two principal authors ( Paul Wolfowitz and I. Lewis Libby ) working under then Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney.
In 1992, the idea of creative destruction was put into formal mathematical terms by Philippe Aghion and Peter Howitt in their paper " A Model of Growth through Creative Destruction ," published in Econometrica.
Gold modified his hypothesis and presented it in a 1992 paper " The Deep Hot Biosphere " in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Gold suggested that coal and crude oil deposits have their origins in natural gas flows which feed bacteria living at extreme depths under the surface of the Earth ; in other words, oil and coal are produced through tectonic forces, rather than from the decomposition of fossils.
Gold also published a book of the same title in 1999, which expanded on the arguments in his 1992 paper and included speculations on the origin of life.
In 1992 John Ertel, William Holland, Kent Vincent, Rueiming Jamp and Richard Baldwin were awarded US Patent 5, 149, 980 for measuring paper advance in a printer by correlating images of paper fibers.
* According to a 1992 paper, a computer operating in a Malament-Hogarth spacetime or in orbit around a rotating black hole could theoretically perform non-Turing computations.
The shutdown of the Courtaulds rayon fiber operation ( 1992 ) and the Domtar paper mill ( 2006 ) have been a significant factor in the city's improved air quality.
* Henry Petroski, The Evolution of Useful things ( 1992 ); ISBN 0-679-74039-2 ( with a history of the evolution of paper clip design )
The book has been reprinted many times: in 1953 by Galaxy, in 1957 and 1964 by Bantam, in 1958 and 1982 by Corgi as the first British edition, in 1968 by Sidgwick & Jackson in hardcover, in 1969, 1972, 1974 ( both paper and hard cover editions ) and 1981 by Sphere Science Fiction, in 1971 and 1975 by Fawcett Books, in 1983 by Del Ray Books, in 1986 in hardcover by Grafton and in 1990 again by Doubleday in hardcover ; in addition, it was reprinted as part of the Empire series, in 1986 by Ballantine Books, in 1992 by Spectra and in 2010 by Orb Books, in both print and Kindle editions.
After MIPS was taken over by Silicon Graphics in 1992, Koblas presented a paper on SOCKS at that year's Usenix Security Symposium and SOCKS became publicly available.
At the beginning of his 1992 paper The Deep Hot Biosphere, Thomas Gold referred to ocean vents in support of his theory that the lower levels of the earth are rich in living biological material that finds its way to the surface.
Ivins accepted, and wrote a column for the Fort Worth paper from 1992 until 2001, when she became an independent journalist.
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Angola changed from a one-party Marxist-Leninist system ruled by the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola ( MPLA ), in place since independence in 1975, to a multiparty democracy based on a new constitution adopted in 1992.
From 2002 to 2010, the system as defined by the constitution of 1992 functioned in a relatively normal way.
From the mid-1980s through at least 1992, the United States was the primary source of military and other support for the UNITA rebel movement, which was led from its creation through 2002 by Jonas Savimbi.
The stigmatization of amateurs as fools for contributing to society simply for the love of it can be explained by the amateur ’ s non-conformity to the ideological structure of consumption ( Goffman, 1963 ; Stebbins, 1992 ).
But whereas professionals obtain licenses as their “ measurability of the excellence of service provided ” ( Stebbins, 1992, p. 21 ), amateurs break taboos by loving their work and not passing standardized tests.
In summer 1992, the nascent Defense Ministry received a resolution by the Azerbaijani president on the takeover of units and formations in Azerbaijani territory.
The transfer of the property of the 4th Army ( except for part of the property of the 366th Motor Rifle Regiment of the 23rd Motor Rifle Division captured by Armenian armed formations in 1992 during the regiment's withdrawal from Stepanakert ) and the 49th arsenal was completed in 1992.
Thus, by the end of 1992, Azerbaijan received arms and military hardware sufficient for approximately four motor rifle divisions with prescribed army units.
The Azeri armed forces took a series of devastating defeats by Armenian forces during the 1992 – 1994 Nagorno-Karabakh War, which resulted in the loss of control of Nagorno-Karabakh proper and seven surrounding rayons, comprising roughly 16 % of the territory of Azerbaijan.
In 1992 – 1993 a research team headed by Tim White discovered the first A. ramidus fossils — seventeen fragments including skull, mandible, teeth and arm bones — from the Afar Depression in the Middle Awash river valley of Ethiopia.
Apologie pour l ' histoire ou Métier d ' historien ( 1949 ), translated as The Historian's Craft ( 1953 ) excerpt of 1992 introduction by Peter Burke, and text search
OCS was eventually followed by the modestly improved Enhanced Chip Set ( ECS ) in 1990 and finally by the partly 32-bit Advanced Graphics Architecture ( AGA ) in 1992.
The 9th-10th century master of the religious system known as " the nondual Shaivism of Kashmir " ( or " Kashmir Shaivism ") and aesthetician, Abhinavagupta brought rasa theory to its pinnacle in his separate commentaries on the Dhvanyāloka, the Dhvanyāloka-locana ( translated by Ingalls, Masson and Patwardhan, 1992 ) and the Abhinavabharati, his commentary on the Nātyashāstra, portions of which are translated by Gnoli and Masson and Patwardhan.
According to D. C. Congressional Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, Hill's treatment by the panel also contributed to the large number of women elected to Congress in 1992, " women clearly went to the polls with the notion in mind that you had to have more women in Congress ", she said.
In 1992, the Vantage version was announced, and the following year the company renewed the DB range by announcing the DB7.
* 1992 – The Maraghar Massacre, killing of ethnic Armenian civil population of the village Maraghar by Azerbaijani troops during the Nagorno-Karabakh War.
Grant followed the album with her second Christmas album, Home For Christmas in 1992, which included the song " Breath of Heaven ( Mary's Song )", written by Chris Eaton and Grant, and would later be covered by many artists, including Donna Summer, Jessica Simpson ( who acknowledged Grant as one of her favorite artists ), Vince Gill, Sara Groves, Point of Grace, and Broadway star Barbara Cook.