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In some disciplines, the definition of Collaborative Intelligence has much in common with Collective Intelligence, so it is useful to find distinguishing aspects.
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Undoubtedly helpful was that some of the university ’ s strongest programs were in the areas of music, speech, and art, disciplines in which ability could be measured by audition or portfolio rather than through paper qualifications.
The canon law of the Eastern Catholic Churches, which had developed some different disciplines and practices, underwent its own process of codification, resulting in the Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches promulgated in 1990 by Pope John Paul II.
To a degree, some methods for creating work, such as employing intuition, are shared across the disciplines within the Applied arts and Fine art.
" They noted that " the law of transformation of quantity into quality ", " holds that a new quality emerges in a leap as the slow accumulation of quantitative changes, long resisted by a stable system, finally forces it rapidly from one state into another ," a phenomenon described in some disciplines as a paradigm shift.
Certain forms treat all knowledge as empirical, while some regard disciplines such as mathematics and logic as exceptions.
Film theory is not to be confused with general film criticism, though there can be some crossover between the two disciplines.
Grappling does not typically include striking or most commonly the use of weapons, however some grappling disciplines teach tactics that include strikes and weapons either alongside grappling or as part of it.
The purpose of throws varies among the different disciplines of grappling with some emphasizing throws with the potential to incapacitate the opponent, while leaving the thrower standing, or to gain a takedown or controlling position.
In some disciplines, especially those where the guard is used, the bottom grappler may also be able to finish the fight from the bottom by a submission hold.
In the USSR, political studies were carried out under the guise of some other disciplines like theory of state and law, area studies, international relations, studies of labor movement, " critique of bourgeois theories " etc.
It is also central to some of modern political science and is used by some scholars in other disciplines such as sociology and philosophy.
In 2004, the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics counted 760, 840 software engineers holding jobs in the U. S .; in the same time period there were some 1. 4 million practitioners employed in the U. S. in all other engineering disciplines combined.
Major differences between software engineering and other engineering disciplines, according to some researchers, result from the costs of fabrication.
By the early 1960s structuralism as a movement was coming into its own and some believed that it offered a single unified approach to human life that would embrace all disciplines.
Races usually have some rules about disqualification if an opponent is unfairly hindered ; these rules vary between the disciplines.
It is particularly well known for its programmes in law, the humanities, and some scientific disciplines, but offers a broad range of other courses as well.
A competition for women was introduced at the Olympic Games of 2000 in Sydney, Australia. The women have excelled in the 2 disciplines snatch and clean and jerk because these lifts entail hips and leg strength that women naturally have resulting is some significant milestones in women's weightlifting.
Others, especially Feyerabend and some post-modernist thinkers, have argued that there is insufficient difference between social practices in science and other disciplines to maintain this distinction.
Although there has been increasing isolation and specialization in recent years, some degree of overlap and influence remains between the two disciplines.
There is some overlap with the disciplines of systems analysis, systems architecture and systems engineering.
Literacy was nearly universal, and the educational level of the Soviet population was among the highest in the world with respect to science, engineering, and some technical disciplines.
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At about the age of twelve I became a Spencerian liberal, and I have always considered myself a liberal of some kind even though the definition has changed repeatedly since Spencer became a reactionary.
Though there is obviously great need for continued experimentation with various types of short-term intervention to further efforts in developing an operational definition of prevention at the secondary -- or perhaps, in some instances, primary -- level, the place of short-term intervention has already been documented by a number of investigators in a wide variety of settings.
As amoebas themselves are polyphyletic and subject to some imprecision in definition, the term " amoeboid " does not provide identification of an organism, and is better understood as description of locomotion.
From such uncertainties, that characterize ongoing work, stems the unavailability of a definition of algorithm that suits both concrete ( in some sense ) and abstract usage of the term.
William Camden provided a definition of " Anagrammatisme " as " a dissolution of a name truly written into his letters, as his elements, and a new connection of it by artificial transposition, without addition, subtraction or change of any letter, into different words, making some perfect sense applyable ( i. e., applicable ) to the person named.
One of these was the property, an essential universal true of the species, but not in the definition ( in modern terms, some examples would be grammatical language, a property of man, or a spectral pattern characteristic of an element, both of which are defined in other ways ).
The current definition of rookie status for the award is based only on Major League experience, but some feel that past NPB players are not true rookies because of their past professional experience.
Outside of the US, some other countries have adopted the one-drop rule, but the definition of who is black and the extent to which the one-drop " rule " applies varies greatly from country to country.
Unfortunately in the literature the definition is given in two variants: Despite the fact that Bernoulli defined B < sub > 1 </ sub > = 1 / 2 ( now known as " second Bernoulli numbers "), some authors set B < sub > 1 </ sub > = − 1 / 2 (" first Bernoulli numbers ").
The basic idea of his proof is that a proposition that holds of x if x = n for some natural number n can be called a definition for n, and that the set
" With the latter definition, Confucianism is religious, even if non-theistic, in the sense that it " performs some of the basic psycho-social functions of full-fledged religions ", in the same way that non-theistic ideologies like Communism do.
These categories surely have some objects that are " special " in a certain way, such as the empty set or the product of two topologies, yet in the definition of a category, objects are considered to be atomic, i. e., we do not know whether an object A is a set, a topology, or any other abstract concept – hence, the challenge is to define special objects without referring to the internal structure of those objects.
Following this definition, some chemists considered formaldehyde ( CH < sub > 2 </ sub > O ) to be the simplest carbohydrate, while others claimed that title for glycolaldehyde.
In practice, the above definition is rarely used because in virtually all cases, the curl operator can be applied using some set of curvilinear coordinates, for which simpler representations have been derived.
The key notions in the definition are ( 1 ) that some n is specified at the start, ( 2 ) for any n the computation only takes a finite number of steps, after which the machine produces the desired output and terminates.
In some cases, one might like to have a direct definition of the cotangent space without reference to the tangent space.
" This appeared to some to be incompatible with Leo's definition of two natures hypostatically joined.
This narrowness of definition has caused some debate over the years, and its result, the exclusion of Hebridean sites from most major syntheses, can be seen as a shortcoming which, due to superficial typologies, results in the failure to unite these sites, whose inhabitants shared the common habit of living on water.
Pope Paul VI spoke of it as " a profession of faith, ... a creed which, without being strictly speaking a dogmatic definition, repeats in substance, with some developments called for by the spiritual condition of our time, the creed of Nicea, the creed of the immortal tradition of the holy Church of God "
The earliest known map is a matter of some debate, both because the definition of " map " is not sharp and because some artifacts speculated to be maps might actually be something else.