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  • Search Theory, Linear And Random Walk Moving Target On The Line

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    the expected value of the first meeting time between one of the searchers and the target is finite, we show the existence of the optimal search strategy which minimizes this first meeting time. The effectiveness of this model is illustrated using numerical example. Mathematics Subject Classification: 37A50, 60K30, 90B40. Keywords: Search theory, Linear search, Random walk. 1.Introduction The prime focus of searching for a randomly moving particle on the real line is to

  • Characteristics Of Understanding The Culture And Society Of Any Civilization

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    “The mother art is architecture. Without an architecture of our own we have no soul of our own civilization.” --Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture is an important aspect of understanding the culture and society of any civilisation. Today I will be looking what similarities and differences can be seen between the Minoan architecture from 1900BC to 1150BC and the Roman architecture from 27BC to 180AD. I’ll be mainly focusing on the palaces of Knossos and Phaistos of Minoan, Crete and The Colosseum ad

  • Margaret Atwood 's Happy Endings

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    Humanity’s inherent desire for results and rewards belittles the process of a journey, undervaluing/deprecating the character development that comes within, which notably can be portrayed in Margaret Atwood’s “Happy Endings”. In her metafictional short story, Atwood includes six different scenarios that are labeled A to F, which briefly describes the characters’ lives, ultimately ending with death. Moreover, the names of characters recur in each scenario, referencing one another throughout the entire

  • The Artifacts And Artifacts Of Pottery Of The East Coast Of Crete Near The Palace At Zakros Essay

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    pottery of the East coast of Crete near the Palace at Zakros. The fragments depicted artwork resembling that of ancient Minoan culture, specific to the Late Minoan IA-IB period. A team of archeologists returned to the location to start a week long search for any other Minoan artifacts. Divers were able to locate a shipwreck where the artifacts originated from. The ship, which was named by divers as “Minos’s Treasure“ (there is no substantiated claim to be connected to the mythical King; the divers

  • Construction Projects Of Saudi Arabia

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    LP/IP hybrid method, is a combination of linear and integer programming. The LP/IP hybrid method first establishes the lower bound of the time-cost relationship of a project using linear programming. Based on the linear programming solutions, regions of desired time and cost can be selected to find the exact solutions by integer programming in a fraction of the time required to solve the entire problem using only integer programming. This combination of linear and integer programming provides the efficiency

  • The Palace Of Knossos By King Minos

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    Linear B writing emerged in Knossos after Linear A writing but before the fall of the Palace of Knossos. We can then deduce that people writing in Linear B (Mycenaeans) conquered those writing in Linear A (Minoans), or at the very least, Minoans allowed the Linear B writers into its political center as a peaceful accommodation. Nonetheless, finding the Linear B tablets at the Palace of Knossos is important because it lets us know

  • A Reflection On The Lost Palace Of Sparta

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    me very much. For me, the most striking aspect of my news story was the Linear B tablets found on the site. Ghose (2015) stated that the inscriptions represented the earliest form of the Greek language. Although the fire baked the tablets, the fascinating writings on these Linear B tablets discussed clearly “the centralized distribution of goods like wool and grain,” noted (Killgrove 2015). These inscriptions on the Linear B tablets give the readers a history of palatial events in the Mycenaean

  • The Minoans Civilization

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    The Minoans were a civilization who flourished from 3000 BCE until 1100 BCE on the island of Crete, were greatly influenced by the Phoenicians, Egyptians, Syrians and the Anatolians (Britannica Encyclopedia). This civilization made major contributions to Western European development in the areas of language, architecture and art. It was the famous archaeologist Sir Arthur Evans who made the astounding discoveries at Knossos in the early 1900’s that introduced to the world the fascinating and wonderful

  • Using Adaptive Response Surface Regression

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    3 Methodology The developed optimisation routine makes use of adaptive response surface regression to use a limited initial amount of FE models to feed an optimisation routine which is specifically designed for general thermal problems where parameters linked to the general heat equation can be optimised or estimated using experimental input data. The algorithm uses a pan and zoom function to move through the design space and delivers faster predictions with fewer iterations than standard updating

  • Using Adaptive Response Surface Regression

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    3 Methodology The developed optimisation routine makes use of adaptive response surface regression to use a limited initial amount of FE models to feed an optimisation routine which is specifically designed for general thermal problems where parameters linked to the general heat equation can be optimised or estimated using experimental input data. The algorithm uses a pan and zoom function to move through the design space and delivers faster predictions with fewer iterations than standard updating

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