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Conscious Parenting Mindful Living Course for Parents - Nataša Pantović Nuit

Conscious Parenting: Mindful Living Course for Parents (AoL 5) by Nataša Pantović Chapter Excerpts

Source: chaptersee.com/books/conscious-parenting-mindful-living-course-for-parents-aol-5-by-natasa-pantovic
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text 2019-12-26 23:04
24 Festive Tasks: Door 16 - St. Lucia's Day: Task 4
Was It Murder? - James Hilton
The Apothecary Rose - Candace Robb,Derek Perkins
A Wolf at the Door and Other Retold Fairy Tales - Terri Windling,Ellen Datlow
How Dare the Sun Rise: Memoirs of a War Child - Sandra Uwiringiyimana,Abigail Pesta
Teller of Tales: The Life of Arthur Conan Doyle - Daniel Stashower
Furry Logic: The Physics of Animal Life - Liz Kalaugher,Matin Durrani
Sorcerer to the Crown (A Sorcerer Royal Novel) - Zen Cho
Below the Clock - J.V. Turner
Kill the Queen - Jennifer Estep
Death from a Top Hat - Clayton Rawson

Most of my books of course come from sellers in Europe (chiefly Germany and the UK), but a fair few this year did also end up traveling here from North America, when all told the American offer was better than those by European sellers.


Bought in 2019 and already read:

From Seattle, WA:

James Hilton: Was It Murder?

Candace Robb: The Apothecary Rose (Derek Perkins audio CD)


From Houston, TX:

Ellen Datlow & Terry Windling (eds.): A Wolf at the Door and Other Retold Fairy Tales

Sandra Uwiringiyimana: How Dare the Sun Rise


From Mishawaka, IN:

Daniel Stashower: Teller of Tales

Frederic Raphael & Kenneth McLeish: The Book of Lists

Matin Durrani & Liz Kalaugher: Furry Logic


From McKeesport, PA:

Zen Cho: Sorcerer to the Crown


From Coral Springs, FL:

J.V. Turner: Below the Clock


From St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada:

Jennifer Estep: Kill the Queen

Clayton Rawson: Death from a Top Hat


Bought in 2019 and still on my TBR (don't even comment, please):

From Seattle, WA:

James Thurber: Writings and Drawings (LoA)

Agatha Christie: Rule of Three


From Tucson, AZ:

Stephen King: 11/22/63


From Richmond, TX:

Charles Dickens: Bleak House (Paul Scofield audio CD)


From Houston, TX:

Dorothy Dunnett: The Game of Kings


From Mishawaka, IN:

Penny Le Couteur & Jay Burreson: Napoleon's Buttons

Mercedes Lackey: Arrows of the Queen

Lois McMasterBujold: The Curse of Chalion

Christopher Hibbert: The Borgias and Their Enemies, 1431-1519

Ted Widmer (ed.): American Speeches: Political Oratory from Patrick Henry to Barack Obama (LoA)

Robert Barr: The Triumphs of Eugene Valmont

C. Daly King: The Curious Mr. Tarrant

Eden Philpotts: The Red Redmaynes

Matthew Pritchard (ed.), Agatha Christie: The Grand Tour: Letters and Photographs from the British Empire Expedition 1922


From Windsor, CT:
Elie Wiesel: Night  / Dawn / The Accident (aka Day)


From Frederick, MD:

Samuel Johnson; E.L. McAdam, Jr. & George Milne (eds.): A Johnson Reader


From Kennesaw, GA:

Christopher Isherwood. A Single Man (Simon Prebble audio CD)

Sebastian Junger: The Perfect Storm (Stanley Tucci audio CD)


From St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada:

Otto Penzler (ed.): Bibliomysteries


(Task: The historic (3d century AD) St. Lucia was Italian; yet, like those of many other saints (including, e.g., St. Andrew and St. Nicholas), the most important celebrations of her holiday don’t occur in her place of origin but somewhere else in the world.

List or create a stack of favorite books (minimum: three) featuring a character’s move or transition from one part of the world to another one (or from one end of a large country, e.g., U.S. Canada, Russia, China or Australia, to the other end.)

Alternatively, tell us: Which book that you acquired this year had to travel the farthest to get to you (regardless whether by plane, sea, or whichever other way, and regardless whether it was a purchase of your own or a gift from someone else)?)


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What is Fuzzy Logic Systems in AI - Architecture, Application - DataFlair

Fuzzy Logic Systems Tutorial-What is Fuzzy Logic in AI, Architecture of Fuzzy Logic Systems, Applications of Fuzzy Logic in AI, Pros and cons of Fuzzy Logic

Source: data-flair.training/blogs/fuzzy-logic-systems
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text 2019-08-31 05:22
Overview to Fuzzy Logic Controller - Digital Thinker Help

Fuzzy logic was first presented by Lotfi A. Zadeh as normal augmentation in the old style thought of set hypothesis. Not at all like the old style hypothesis where components have a place or not with the given set, this hypothesis permits the level of belongingness of a specific component can be ascribed in a steady manner. Fuzzy logic is the technique of soft computing as well as various stunning applications of soft computing.



As indicated by Al-Odienat et al, as a rule, the fuzzy logic controller is less expensive to create, spread a wide scope of working conditions and they are promptly adjusted as far as characteristic language when contrasted with regular controllers. Self-sorting out Fuzzy logic controllers can naturally refine the underlying fluffy guidelines. The Fuzzy controller configuration ought to enable the adaptability to change the control, since the included frameworks, by and by, are commonly mind-boggling with time shifting nonlinearities with not well-characterized elements. Along these lines, regular control techniques dependent on the hypothesis of direct frameworks more often than not linearize nonlinear frameworks before being utilized. This isn't a certification of good execution practically speaking. Additionally, a large portion of the controllers is created dependent on exact numerical models of the framework. Actually, a few frameworks are hard to be precisely demonstrated with thorough scientific models and this has inspired the enthusiasm for the utilization of Fuzzy Controllers. Another favorable position is that the Fuzzy controller is movable and effectively comprehended by human specialists as the learning of the control put on the standard base is semantic.


Advantage of Fuzzy logic controller over traditional one:


To put it plainly, we can feature the upsides of utilizing Fuzzy logic controllers as:


1. They are thoughtfully straightforward: the ideas driving are basic and essential;

They are adaptable: they permit adding usefulness to existing Fuzzy frameworks simply including new information the previous standard base;


2. They are tolerant of uncertain information: accuracy mistakes or arbitrariness of estimations has little effect on framework execution;


3. They can demonstrate nonlinear frameworks with discretionary intricacy: this should be possible by frameworks, for example, "Versatile Neuro-Fuzzy Inference Systems";


4. They can be developed dependent on the information of specialists and framework's conduct;


5. They can be effectively blended with the customary control frameworks, offering expanded execution;


6. They depend on normal human language, which encourages the expansion, change of new standards, special cases and new practices to previous Fuzzy frameworks.


7. The control of frameworks utilizing conventional approaches faces issues when managing non-linearity, poor scientific meaning of the issue, changes and vulnerability in the framework parameters too. This can lessen execution or even agitate the control framework structured with customary techniques. In this sense, control frameworks that are hearty enough to adjust and acclimate to these progressions are attractive.


8. In a criticism control framework, the blunder signal e(t) =r - y(t) is the contribution to the Fuzzy logic controller which modifies the control signal u(t) in like manner with the goal that the indication of the mistake keeps an eye on z

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review 2019-06-30 01:50
Good intro
Introducing Logic - Dan Cryan,Bill Mayblin

It is a good general introduction. It does explain complex ideas quite well. The problem is that the cartoons aren't as clever as they think.

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