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    going to ask me how I would represent myself with four objects, I would probably have to take a day or two to think about it. Since I’ve already done that, I am now going to explain these four items to you. The things I chose, with difficulty, were a picture of me with three of my brothers, a sketchbook I’ve been looking for for a while, my phone (a most prized possession) and a mason jar filled with pretty trinkets. I think these would be the objects that would best describe me. First, I have a picture

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    Assignment 2 Discerned as the most common essences in the society, object and colour they are interrelated. Substantially,the correlations are inevitable. Therefore it is not easy to address the works from these aspects instead I would like to address the prominent elements of each work to elaborate more on it. It might be confusing yet this is one of the problem that I strive to tease out because both object and colour are not authorised a declaration. They do not have the perfect exemplification

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    Obsession of the Obsessed in Virginia Woolf’s “Solid Objects” Obsession is defined as “the domination of one’s thoughts or feelings by a persistent idea or desire.” The desire for nonconformity is a praiseworthy attribute but when taken too far, it can be disadvantageous to one’s goals and ambitions. While it is essential for one to seek transient passions, it is also crucial to mollify this pursuit, with concern with actual use. The threats of overindulgence are notably apparent in the case

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    the A-not-B mistake. If an object is repeatedly hidden in a particular place, an infant of this age will continue to look for the object there despite the fact that they may have watched you hide the object in another place. Infants this age are working according to an automatic process. By the time they are in the fifth sub stage between the ages of twelve and eighteen months infants tend to grow out of this automatic processing and they begin to search for an object in the last place that they

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    The Adverse Effects of Obsession: Solid Object by Virginia Woolf The Solid Objects by Virginia Woolf similarly encapsulates the prevailing modernist conception of the impulse to collect, and the author conveys her strong disapproval of the protagonist, John’s collection by describing the negative effects. Implies by Woolf, John raises the lump of glass to the light and holds it “so that its irregular mass blotted out the body and extended right arm of his friend” (11), prefiguring the way in which

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    A Strong Object Recognition is Implemented by LBP, LTP and RLBP vany.s PG Scholar, Department of Information Technology Vivekanandha College of Engineering for Women (Autonomous), Tamilnadu Tiruchengode, India s.vany089@gmail.com Karthi Prem. S Assistant Professor, Department of Information Technology Vivekanandha College of Engineering for Women (Autonomous), Tamilnadu Tiruchengode, India karthiprem@gmail.com Udhayachandrika. A Assistant Professor, Department of Information Technology Vivekanandha

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    The Development of Object Permanence Essay

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    The Development of Object Permanence I never realized when I played Peek-A-Boo with different infants in my family, that I was teaching them one of the most valuable lessons in their life. I just thought it was a game that infants liked to play and it made them laugh. I didn’t know that this was so funny to them because they were fascinated with the fact that for one moment I wasn’t there and a moment later I popped back up. Little did I know I was teaching them one of their most important

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    Object Oriented Database

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    the schema of an object is not in first-normal-form. Examples of attributes that can comprise a complex object include lists, bags, and embedded objects. Object identity Every instance in the database has a unique identifier (OID), which is a property of an object that distinguishes it from all other objects and remains for the lifetime of the object. In object-oriented systems, an object has an existence (identity) independent of its value. Encapsulation Object-oriented models

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    Unit 6 Assignment by Ali Shafiq (P1-P2) In programming, there are three different types of paradigms that we use in programming. And they are procedural, object-oriented and event-driven programming paradigms. Procedural Language Procedural programming is a programming paradigm which is derived from structured programming and it is based upon the concept of the procedure call such as where you can keep a record of procedure call programs. It’s also a list or set of instructions telling a

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    Commentary on Impossible Object (Nicholas Mosley) Tara Singh 12/3/12 English Grade 12 In Nocholas Mosley’s prose piece Impossible Object he depicts the life of a Hippolyta a mother of one child who is separated from her husband. Mosley’s depiction of Rome as a city, along with his depiction of Hippolyta herself and her relationship with her husband and child illustrates his main idea of happiness and love being unattainable for an affluent member of society. Hippolyta: 1) The

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    A Robust Object Recognition using LBP, LTP and RLBP Nithya.K1, Karthi Prem.S2 and Udhayachandrika.A3 1Department of IT, Vivekanandha College of Engineering for Women, nithuthaara91 @gmailcom 2Department of IT, Vivekanandha College of Engineering for Women, karthiprem @gmail.com 3Department of IT, Vivekanandha College of Engineering for Women, udhayaa11 @gmail.com Abstract— In this paper two set of edge-texture features is proposed such as Discriminative Robust Local Binary Pattern

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    definition of Object which means an entity which be defined via dimensions usually refer to a thing in the real world. It may be a mobile, laptop, chair etc.. Program can be designed using the concept of Classes and Objects. To simplify the development and maintenance concepts such as Object, Class, Inheritance, Polymorphism, Abstraction and Encapsulation. An object is a state or behavior of an entity. It can be a physical or a logical definition. Grouping or Collection of such objects which have the

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    ABSTRACT This paper is about the evolution of Object-oriented technology in software design and implementation and its role in current market for developing web based products or server side scripting. Many Object-oriented languages have come in market but among them companies prefer to use open source OO languages such as Java, C++, C# .NET, and Visual Basic .NET etc. The demand for these languages has increased because the cost of licensing is very less or nothing. As these languages are open source

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    OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES Object-oriented programming language is a high-level programming language based on the object. Data hiding, Inheritance, and polymorphism such basic features of this programming languages. this method is not used for computer programming Until the early 1990s. But, mostly use this language for modern computer programming. Very Successful object oriented languages are in present. object-oriented languages are include on Python, C++, Delphi, Java, PHP, Swift,

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    Object Relational Mapping (ORM) is a programming technique for converting data between incompatible types in object oriented programming languages. ORM can be considered as a mechanism that helps and aids in addressing, accessing and manipulating data without having to necessarily consider the relationship between the data and the data source. Programmers can maintain a constant view of objects over time and can adapt to application access or data delivery changes while using ORM. ORM manages the

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    1 Growing a Language- by Guy Steele Shobha M. Kand Department Of Computer Science and Informatics, Purdue School of Science, IUPUI smkand@iupui.edu Abstract- A lecture given by Guy L. Steele in 1998 at “OOPSLA 13th ACM SIGPLAN conference on Object-oriented programming” focuses mainly on the nature and growth of programming-language design. The speaker started his lecture by giving insights into the use and nature of programming-languages. He started with examples of English language comparing with

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    TITLE PAGE COP 3330 OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING NAME: DEVARSHI PATEL PID: 392427 DATE: OCTOBER 25, 2016 Doing the research about the object oriented programming on online and also while being enrolled in this class I have learned so many new things about computer concepts, background and its languages throughout this fall semester. Which I would like to use and share that information I learned about object-oriented programming languages in this research paper. Even while looking more depth

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    unidentified flying object; a ‘flying saucer’." The word was first used in print by Donald Keyhoe in 1953.[1] The acronym "UFO" was coined by Capt. Edward J. Ruppelt, who headed Project Blue Book, then the USAF's official investigation of UFOs. He wrote, "Obviously the term 'flying saucer' is misleading when applied to objects of every conceivable shape and performance. For this reason the military prefers the more general, if less colorful, name: unidentified flying objects. UFO (pronounced Yoo-foe)

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    OBJECT RELATIONS THEORIES AND SELF PSYCHOLOGY Object Relations and Self Psychology Object relations refers to interpersonal relations 2. Object refers to that which will satisfy a need. Significant person or thing that is target of another's feelings (drives). 3. In combination with relations, object refers to interpersonal relations and suggests inner residues of past relations shaping present relations 4. Object relations theorists investigate the early formulation and differentiation

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    ABSTRACT This paper is discuss about the evolution of Object-oriented technology in software design and implementation and it’s role in the present market for developing server side scripting or web based products. There are many Object-oriented languages are available in the market but in all of them companies choose to use open source languages like Java, .NET , C++, C#, and Visual Basic .NET etc. The call for these languages has improved because the license cost is very less, negligible or zero

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