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  • A Cunning Spider Poem Summary

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    2) ik makṛa: ɔ:r makhi (A Spider and Fly) In the poem, the cunning spider convinces the smart fly to climb up its web and catches it. The moral of the story is that one should be careful of flattery. Poet conveyed the message in simple and easy way through the conversation between a spider and fly. In this poem the poet used personification as allegorical device.Personification helps to link ideas and objects into people so that an author can effectively communicate their meaning. 3) ik paha:ṛ ɔ:r

  • Detection Ratio Of Cyber Attack Detection

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    Cyber Attack Using Feature Reduction Based on Support Vector Machine and Glowworm Optimization Abstract— The swarm intelligence plays vital role in feature reduction process in cyber-attack detection. The family of swarm intelligence gives bucket of algorithm for the processing of feature reduction such as ant colony optimization, particle swarm optimization and many more. In family of swarm new algorithm is called glowworm optimization algorithm based on the concept of luciferin. The luciferin

  • Essay On Glow Worm

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    Although all glowworms start with the same luciferin value of the initial iteration, these values change according to the function values at their current positions. The luciferin value is proportional to the measured value of the sensed profile (temperature,radiation level) at that location. Each glowworm adds its previous luciferin level. At the same time, the luciferin level of glowworm is subtracted the previous luminescence value to simulate the

  • Take The Great Ocean Road Tour Persuasive Speech

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    Take the Great Ocean Road Tour Today The Great Ocean Road in Melbourne is a marvelous stretch of beach front street that offers a large group of lovely and characteristic historic points. Situated along the south eastern shoreline of Australia, the Great Ocean Road was worked by hand through the span of 16 years by servicemen, as a remembrance to the individuals who passed on amid the First World War. Taking The Great Ocean Road Tour is one of the most ideal approaches to see all that The Great

  • The Importance Of Bioluminescence

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    Bioluminescence is a chemical reaction giving off light that emits from a living thing. Unlike other light, this form of light is not hot to the touch. Biofluorescence is a different way of giving off light from other animals. Fluorescence is not a chemical reaction, and happens when exposed to another source of light. Both of these natural ways of emitting light are found in many animals, but need specific components to work. Eighty percent of all living things known to produce light Iive in

  • The Importance Of Working In Children's Ministry

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    parents.” Sitting amongst his latest creation, the children at CaveQuest marveled at the sight. The rocks had different colored shadings, the colored lights were set to add the cave-like effects, there were lights hanging from the ceiling to imitate glowworms and there were water lights set to add a water look to the walls and ceiling. When asked why he does children’s ministry Rice said, “[it] is the most important ministry in the church. The parent’s will put up with music they don’t like or subpar

  • Literature Review On Bioluminescence

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    with the glowing characteristics in jewelry, and also the availability and techniques already being practiced in the market. 2.2 Bioluminescence Bioluminescence is the ability of living organisms to emit light. Apart from Fireflies, glowworms and Jack O’ lantern mushrooms, bacteria, Fungi, Algae and 90% of marine life exhibit this phenomenon. Kwok describes how in Chinese folklore, people used to use fireflies in order for a source of light, and now after so many years scientists explained

  • Essay on Narrative Style and Structure of James and the Giant Peach

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    Narrative Style and Structure of James and the Giant Peach       The books that Roald Dahl has written have very interesting narrative styles. In the story James and the Giant Peach, Dahl uses vivid imagination. He uses many imaginary situations but yet at the same time encompasses enough realistic situations that the reader can still relate to it. In James and the Giant Peach, it starts out introducing a boy named James Henry Trotter who lives with his loving mother and father. The narrator

  • The Mind Can Never Break Off From The Journey Essay

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    “Once you have traveled, the voyage never ends, but is played out over and over again in the quietest chambers. The mind can never break off from the journey.” I resonate with this quote one hundred percent; the thrill and joy of travel is truly indescribable. The next place on my adventure list is known as the Paradise of the Pacific, a land full of majesty, New Zealand. As our planet Earth heats up environmentally and politically, it’s pleasant to think of this friendly country as it is filled

  • What Is Steganography?

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    Abstract:- Steganography is art of hiding the secret message within an ordinary message and extraction of its destination. Steganography take cryptography a step farther by hiding an encrypted message so that no one finds the existence of the message. If anyone scans your data will fail to know that it contain encrypted data. Steganography maintain the secure communication between the communicating parties. There are different techniques that are used for hiding the secret data as Steganography,