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The only artifacts known for Shepseskare's reign are several clay sealings from Abusir, where the king may have been buried, and two cylinder seals, according to the respected Czech Egyptologist Miroslav Verner.
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Therefore, four loose families of more-efficient light transport modelling techniques have emerged: rasterization, including scanline rendering, geometrically projects objects in the scene to an image plane, without advanced optical effects ; ray casting considers the scene as observed from a specific point-of-view, calculating the observed image based only on geometry and very basic optical laws of reflection intensity, and perhaps using Monte Carlo techniques to reduce artifacts ; and ray tracing is similar to ray casting, but employs more advanced optical simulation, and usually uses Monte Carlo techniques to obtain more realistic results at a speed that is often orders of magnitude slower.
They present a number of artifacts, only some of which belonged to the previous Dalai Lama, and if the boy chooses the items which belonged to the previous Dalai Lama, this is seen as a sign, in conjunction with all of the other indications, that the boy is the reincarnation.
This version of historicism holds that there are only the raw texts, markings and artifacts that exist in the present, and the conventions used to decode them.
The study of English and European artifacts in general has revealed that projectiles were made with a widely variable number of microliths: in Tværmose there was only one, in Loshult there were two ( one for the tip and the other as a fin ), in White Hassocks, in West Yorkshire, more than 40 have been found together ; the average is between 6 and 18 pieces for each projectile.
Recently, postmodernism has come to convey more completely prose and poetry as distinct entities, and also among genres of poetry, as having meaning only as cultural artifacts.
Because SECAM transmits only one color at a time, it is free of the color artifacts present in NTSC and PAL resulting from the combined transmission of both signals.
Intelligence was assumed only in the purpose of man-made artifacts ; it was not attributed to other animals or to nature.
The cultural artifacts of this group were only partly adopted in Trinidad and Tobago and adjacent areas of northeast Venezuela, and as a result this culture is called Guayabitoid in these areas.
As a result, they do not build permanent villages or create a wide variety of artifacts, and usually only form small groups such as bands and tribes.
The basic idea behind exhibiting authentic artifacts is to provide not only legitimacy to the exhibit's historical narrative but, at times, to help create the narrative as well.
While albeit necessary to most some degree in any museum repertoire, the use of authentic artifacts can not only be misleading but as equally problematic as the aforementioned metonymic technique.
Version 1 could only be copied on consumer equipment three or four times before artifacts became objectionable ( the ATRAC on the recording machine attempts to data reduce the already reduced signal ).
With The Engines of God ( 1994 ), McDevitt introduced the idea of a universe that was once teeming with intelligent life, but contains only their abandoned artifacts by the time humans arrive on the scene.
In the context of Cultural Studies, the idea of a text, not only includes written language, but also films, photographs, fashion or hairstyles: the texts of Cultural Studies comprise all the meaningful artifacts of culture.
A total of 2, 972 crates of artifacts from the Forbidden City moved to Taiwan only accounted for 22 % of the crates originally transported south, although the pieces represented some of the very best of the collection.
Proponents argue that interpretation of artifacts is unavoidably hermeneutic as we cannot know for certain the meaning behind them, instead we can only apply modern value in the interpretation.
It offers increased bitrates ( up to 6. 144 Mbit / s ), support for more audio channels ( up to 13. 1 ), and improved coding techniques ( only at low data rates ) to reduce compression artifacts, enabling lower data rates than those supported by AC-3 ( e. g. 5. 1-channel audio at 256 kbit / s ).
Although Mary Rose consists of only half of a ship, it is a remarkable example of ship construction from Tudor England, and like Vasa, it contained a wealth of artifacts that tell of the daily lives of those on board.
These artifacts often mimicked a " digital chirp " during the quiet portions of the song or when there was only speaking.
In " The Merchants of Venus ", the Heechee ( a name given by humans since nobody knows what they called themselves ) are nowhere to be found, and humans know of them only from their artifacts.
The Terracotta Army has been described as the only other set of historic artifacts ( along with the remnants of ruins of the RMS Titanic ) which can draw a crowd simply on the back of the name alone.
Binford criticised what he saw as a tendency to treat artifacts as undifferentiated traits, and to explain variations in these traits only in terms of cultural diffusion.
Furthermore, from a more abstract standpoint, a tensor is simply " there " and its components of either kind are only calculational artifacts whose values depend on the chosen coordinates.
Rather than focus only on law enforcement and the current antiquities market, the group set its mission as being to ( 1 ) establish a comprehensive online catalog of all cultural artifacts in the museum's collection, ( 2 ) create a virtual Baghdad Museum that is accessible to the general public over the Internet, ( 3 ) build a 3D collaborative workspace within the virtual Baghdad Museum for design and fundraising purposes, and ( 4 ) establish a resource center within the virtual Baghdad Museum for community cultural development.
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Two of the new hands, a Mexican named Jose Amado and a kid known only as Laredo, were picked for the first trick of riding night herd.
That evening, as I learned later, the students, enjoying that spontaneous immodesty in action known only to university students, surged out onto the streets of Strasbourg, overturning empty streetcars, marking up store fronts, and shouting imprudently, `` Garry Davis to power ''!!
Of the handful of painters that Austria has produced in the 20th century, only one, Oskar Kokoschka, is widely known in the U.S..
For the making of selections on the basis of excellence requires that any foundation making the selections shall have available the judgments of a corps of advisors whose judgments are known to be good: such judgments can be known to be good only by the records of those selected, by records made subsequent to their selection over considerable periods of time.
We now have not only what has been called over here the comedy of menace but we also have horror jokes, magazines known as Horror Comics, and sick comedians.
Although biopsies have shown structural changes in some of the reported cases of steroid-induced weakness, this case provides the only example known to us in which necropsy afforded the opportunity for extensive study of multiple muscle groups.
The process in which the outcome of any one stage is known only statistically is also of interest, although for chemical reactor design it is not as important as the deterministic process.
In this case the stage R operating with conditions Af transforms the state of the stream from Af to Af, but only the probability distribution of Af is known.
We cannot now speak of maximizing the value of the objective function, since this function is now known only in a probabilistic sense.
The Roman Catholic Church sanctions only abstention or the rhythm method, also known as the use of the infertile or safe period.
`` Such a vicious statement can only have its origin in the desire of a new political candidate to try to make his name known by condemning a man of world stature.
there was no Martian concept to match it -- unless one took `` church '' and `` worship '' and `` God '' and `` congregation '' and many other words and equated them to the totality of the only world he had known during growing-waiting then forced the concept back into English in that phrase which had been rejected ( by each differently ) by Jubal, by Mahmoud, by Digby.
Alkanes ( also known as paraffins or saturated hydrocarbons ) are chemical compounds that consist only of hydrogen and carbon atoms and are bonded exclusively by single bonds ( i. e., they are saturated compounds ) without any cycles ( or loops ; i. e., cyclic structure ).
It is the only living species of the order Tubulidentata, although other prehistoric species and genera of Tubulidentata are known.
Structured programming, canonical structures: Per the Church-Turing thesis any algorithm can be computed by a model known to be Turing complete, and per Minsky's demonstrations Turing completeness requires only four instruction types — conditional GOTO, unconditional GOTO, assignment, HALT.
Also, an oversight in the small saucer's programming gave rise to a popular strategy known as " lurking " — because the saucer could only shoot directly at the player's position on the screen, the player could " hide " at the opposite end of the screen and shoot across the screen boundary, while remaining relatively safe.
Alismatales comprise herbaceous flowering plants of aquatic and marshy habitats, and the only monocots known to have green embryos other than the Amaryllidaceae.
Ardipithecus kadabba is " known only from teeth and bits and pieces of skeletal bones ", and is dated to approximately 5. 6 million years ago.
In practice, this mode of decay has only been observed in nuclides considerably heavier than nickel, with the lightest known alpha emitter being the lightest isotopes ( mass numbers 106 – 110 ) of tellurium ( element 52 ).
But no attempt to identify the figures on existing gems with the personages of Gnostic mythology has had any success, and Abrasax is the only Gnostic term found in the accompanying legends which is not known to belong to other religions or mythologies.