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Chaotic behavior of the lattice Yang-Mills on CUDA

, Numerical Recipies in C , Cambridge University Press, 2002. ⇒217, 225 [12] L. E. Reichl, The Transition to Chaos , Springer-Verlag, 1992. ⇒221 [13] S. Weinberg, The Quantum Theory of Fields , Cambridge University Press CB2 1RP, 1996 ⇒217 [14] C. N. Yang, R. Mills, Conservation of isotropic spin and isotopic gauge invariance, Phys. Rev. 96 (1954) 191–195. ⇒218 [15] CUDA C Programming Guide NVIDIA Corp., 2013, . ⇒232 [16] Technology Insight: Intel Next Generation

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Survey of the Urban Bell in the Belfry of St. Trinity Church in Krosno

Świętej Trójcy w Krośnie. In F. Leśniak (Ed.) Krosno Studia z dziejów miasta i regionu, Vol. VII (pp. 137 - 190). Krosno: Wydawnictwo Ruthenus Ratcliffe, S. & Myers, A. (2006). Laser scanning in the open pit mining environment - a comparison with photogrammetry, I-SiTE Product Development White Paper Abmayr, T., Hartl, F., Reinkoster, M. & Frohlich, C. (2005). Terrestrial Laser Scanning - applications in Cultural Heritage Conservation and Civil Engineering. International Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information

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Burgeoning Data Repository Systems, Characteristics, and Development Strategies: Insights of Natural Resources and Environmental Scientists

College of Natural Resources and Environment has consistently been recognized as a leading program in North America and as the nation’s best for studying natural resources and conservation (USA Today, 2015, 2017; Virginia Tech News, 2016 ). It thus presents an exemplary site of academic practice with implications for other sites of similar institutional portfolio or academic profile. Uniquely positioned within the college, the Center for Natural Resources Assessment and Decision Support engages in translational work of assessing the complex dynamics of changing land

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Business Values/Implications of AI and Machine Learning

evolved to study the impact of these new generations of IT. Now we are talking about AI. Is AI just another IT application or an advanced version of previous IT initiatives? What is unique about AI? As an author and researcher, I really want to know what is really new about AI. After many conservations, I have come to the conclusion that, compared with the previous generations of IT, AI has three unique characteristics. First of all, AI is self-learning. One thing I believe very different from the previous generations of IT is that AI can learn from itself. Through

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