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  • Shift Workers in Canada Essay

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    Shift Workers in Canada The scheduling of hours of work is undoubtedly one of the major social problems of industrial society. Statistic estimates that 30% of Canada's workforce are involved in some kind of shiftwork. Of those, 33% work irregular shifts, just under 30% work rotating shifts, 17% work long term evening shifts, 10% work on call, 3% work split shifts, 3% work long term night shifts and just over 3% are classed as "other". Present estimates tell us that before the trend slows,

  • The Decision Tree Algorithms And Grows The Tree By Recursive Partitioning

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    observations to decide upon the split and leaf node class labels but on the other hand, Trepan re-labels the original observations to the classifications made by the network. And the relabeled data will be used for the tree growing process. Additionally it can also add extra data points by mimicking the behavior of the network. It uses the network as an oracle to answer the classification queries about the newly generated data points. This way it can make sure that whenever a split node or leaf node class

  • My Story Of Hyper-Flexibility

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    Hyper-flexibility. At the time my sister was diagnosed with it, she was ten and I was nine. As the doctor said the word to my parents, I sat there confused, wondering what it meant. I looked over to my mother for an explanation; she smiled kindly and said, “It just means that your sister is a bit more flexible and can do some things you may not be able to.” At the time I didn’t realize how much of an impact that sentence would have on me. My sister and I are only a year, two months, and sixteen

  • The Human Brain Essay

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    ever performed. Controversy stems not from the risk to life the procedure involves. It stems from a Jekyll and Hyde aura surrounding the side effects-the"Split-Brain" syndrome. They orchestrate into a single personality if-and only if-the cerebral hemispheres communicate. Thus, many neurosurgeons have been reluctant to try the split-brain operation for fear of severing all vital communications. However, there may now be a way to avoid the Jekyll-Hyde effect. A new form of the surgery devised

  • Practical Report Essay

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    Abstract Mead & Hampson (1996) developed a study involving the divided visual field paradigm and a phonological rhyme/non-rhyme task to test the speed and accurateness of either side of the brain. This study was used to investigate functional asymmetry between the left and right hemispheres in phonological processing. The research was taken out equally on 15 male and 15 females London Metropolitan University students ranging from ages 18 – 35 years old. They were all specifically chosen to

  • Personal Narrative – Atheist Essay

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    Personal Narrative – Atheist I didn't ask for the pastor to come over. I would have much rather been left alone to watch daytime TV. True, I was beginning to feel I little isolated, but some sissy-voiced holy man I hardly knew wasn't going to make me feel any better. But it was standard policy to notify the church when one of its fold has been hospitalized, for prayer requests and all that mush, and when the pastor heard that I was already home, he felt obligated to visit, as if seeing my swollen

  • Transference and Counter Transference Essay

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    Transference and counter transference is one of most important aspects of treatment between patient and practitioner. In a clinical setting we do not always have the opportunity to have consecutive treatments with the same patient and as a result may not be able to acknowledge or notice these occurrences. It is not often that I have the opportunity to see a patient on a regular basis or even twice for that matter. As a result, it is not possible for me to notice or recognize any transference that

  • Why Your Brand Should Be On Users

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    Why your brand should be on Snapchat… When Snapchat first launched, it quickly gained a lot of bad press. In 2014, 4.6million of its user’s personal details were leaked, with usernames and partial phone numbers being made available online. This was in addition to the controversy already being created by users who latched onto the ‘quick photo gone forever’ premise to share their personal moments… unfortunately for the app, it didn’t take long for others to recognise the ease of a screenshot. Suddenly

  • Lord Of The Flies Reflection Essay

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    We never hear about what happens to the surviving boys after the events of Lord of the Flies. There are many things that can be dedused from what we read in the story. They could be sick and twisted, happy and forgetful, depressed and suicidal, aggressive and homicidal. They could lead completely normal lives or they could lead lives full of stress and anger. Two great examples the boys we could predict lives for are Ralph and Jack. In the future, maybe Jack is abusive, or maybe evil, and maybe,

  • Informative Speech

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    My first informative speech was successful I would say. The topic I chose was Sephora and it was easy to do because I am interested in it. I did not have many problems looking up information or struggle to stay interested because Sephora is a very unique store/brand. It always makes doing research easier when you get to choose and are interested in your topic! One thing that I think i did very well was that I put a lot of time into my speech I spent hours looking up information that I wanted to