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In 1996, Lomborg's paper, " Nucleus and Shield: Evolution of Social Structure in the Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma ", was published in the academic journal, American Sociological Review.
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The journal Social Text published the paper in its Spring / Summer 1996 issue, whereupon Sokal publicly revealed his hoax.
It was originally detailed in a research paper by NASA engineers Robert Zubrin and David Baker in 1990, and later expanded upon in Zubrin's 1996 book The Case for Mars.
Instead of notating musical ideas on paper with the symbols of solfege and entrusting their realization to well-known instruments, the question was to collect concrete sounds, wherever they came from, and to abstract the musical values they were potentially containing " ( Reydellet 1996, 10 ).
A 70-page Natural Law Party paper was prepared in the context of the 1996 Framework Document of the British and Irish governments.
Youth Speaks, a non-profit literary organization founded in 1996 by James Kass, serves as one of the largest youth poetry organizations in America, offering opportunities for youth ages 13 – 19 to express their ideas on paper and stage.
This approach was discussed in a paper in 1996 and then subsequently patented by someone else in 1998.
* James Gosling, Henry McGilton, The Java language Environment: A white paper, Sun Microsystems, 1996
Young and Yung devised several methods for solving this problem and presented them in their 1997 IEEE Security & Privacy paper ( their paper from 1996 touches on it as well ).
In 1996 the paper featured an interview with The Spice Girls, in which the band members gave their " Euro-sceptic and generally anti-labour " views on politics.
Ciprian Manolescu ( Romania ) managed to write a perfect paper ( 42 points ) for gold medal more times than anybody else in history of competition, doing it all three times he participated in the IMO ( 1995, 1996, 1997 ).
Patrick J. Buchanan writes that the 2003 invasion of Iraq has significant similarities to the 1996 neoconservative policy paper A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm.
In a 2000 paper, Andrew Lo back-analyzed data from U. S. from 1962 to 1996 and found that " several technical indicators do provide incremental information and may have some practical value ".
Robb Hicks, the current owner and publisher of the paper, purchased the Bulletin from his father, Jim Hicks in 1996.
The paper established its first bureau in Asia when foreign correspondent Conor O ' Clery moved to Beijing in 1996.
In 1982 Ol ' shanskii was able to strengthen his results to establish existence, for any sufficiently large prime number p ( one can take p > 10 < sup > 75 </ sup >) of a finitely generated infinite group in which every nontrivial proper subgroup is a cyclic group of order p. In a paper published in 1996, Ivanov and Ol ' shanskii solved an analogue of Burnside's problem in an arbitrary hyperbolic group for sufficiently large exponents.
Peter Gutmann of the University of Auckland wrote a celebrated 1996 paper on the recovery of overwritten information from magnetic disks ; areal storage densities have gotten much higher since then, so this sort of recovery is likely to be more difficult than it was when Gutmann wrote.
The new paper continued in this vein until January 1996 when reader pressure for a shorter title caused the name of the paper to revert to The Daily Telegraph, despite staff concerns that former Mirror readers would now feel disenfranchised.
Nearly 23, 000 papers were stolen on Election Day 1996, and in the following days copies of the paper were tossed off the balcony of the newspaper's office and burned in effigy.
In addition to mainstay Jules Feiffer, whose cartoon ran for decades in the paper until its cancellation in 1996, well-known cartoonists featured in the paper have included R. Crumb, Matt Groening, Lynda Barry, Stan Mack, Mark Alan Stamaty, Ted Rall, Tom Tomorrow, Ward Sutton, Ruben Bolling and currently M. Wartella.
1996 and Shield
The first major tournament final to be decided by such a goal was the 1995 Auto Windscreens Shield Final where Birmingham beat Carlisle United 1-0 with a goal from Paul Tait, followed by the 1996 European Football Championship, won by Germany over the Czech Republic.
They initially played in Tampa Stadium and were immediately successful, winning the first MLS Supporters ' Shield behind MLS MVP Carlos Valderrama and high-scoring forward Roy Lassiter, whose 27 goals in 1996 is still the MLS single-season record.
On STS-80, ( November 19 to December 7, 1996 ), the crew aboard Space Shuttle Columbia deployed and retrieved the Wake Shield Facility ( WSF ) and the Orbiting Retrievable Far and Extreme Ultraviolet Spectrometer ( ORFEUS ) satellites.
STS-80, also in Columbia ( November 19 to December 7, 1996 ) was a 17-day mission during which the crew deployed and retrieved the Wake Shield Facility ( WSF ) and the Orbiting Retrievable Far and Extreme Ultraviolet Spectrometer ( ORFEUS ) satellites.
Sega is a co-principal investigator and mission director for the Wake Shield Facility ( WSF ) which has flown on Space Shuttle mission STS-60 in February 1994 and STS-76 in 1996.
* Harold R. Winton, " Partnership and Tension: The Army and Air Force Between Vietnam and Desert Shield ", Parameters, Spring 1996, pp. 100-19
Duncan's tenure has brought huge success to the club ; after becoming champions for only the third time in the club's history, winning the Highland League Cup for the first time in 47 years, the two Qualifying Cup wins in 1995 – 96 and 2006 – 07, as well as an Aberdeenshire Cup ( 1996 ) and 5 Aberdeenshire Shield wins.
With the introduction of the Queensland Cup in 1996 the Foley Shield competition was scrapped, only to be reintroduced in 2000.
Though the original creator of the Shield is unknown, it has been reported that it was a Tampa Bay Mutiny fan, possibly in result to the Mutiny earning the best regular season record, but failing to win the 1996 MLS Cup final.
Between 1985 and 1999 Auckland won 9 NPC titles, 5 Super 6 championships, and defended the Ranfurly Shield a record 61 consecutive times ( between 1985 and 1993 ), while the Blues won the first two Super 12 competitions in 1996 and 1997.
However, things started to improve after winning the Floodlit Cup in 1996 and the County Antrim Shield in 1997 for the first time in 88 years.
Other trophies won were the County Antrim Shield ( 1992 ), Ulster Cup ( 1993 ) and Gold Cup ( 1996 ).
After 10 previous unsuccessful challenges for the Ranfurly Shield, most notably 1996 when they challenged for it three times in 6 weeks against Taranaki, Waikato and Auckland, North Harbour succeeded in their eleventh challenge for the shield on 24 September 2006 by beating the previous holders Canterbury 21-17 at Jade Stadium in Christchurch < ref name = HarbourCanterbury >