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  • Logic Lecture: Symbolic Logic 4 Logic Playlist: Truth Tables Symbolic Logic Inference Modus Ponens Tollens Hypothetical Disjunctive Syllogism Conjunction
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  • 21.01 Waw Disjunctive Part 2 21.01 Waw Disjunctive Part 2 See for better quality video and lots of free biblical Hebrew learning tools.
  • Ophex @ New Style 2007.04 07.04.13 Disjunctive Mindset @ New Style
  • How to transform a category variable into a complete disjunctive table in XLSTAT? This video tutorial explains how to create a disjunctive table fom a category variable in XLSTAT. The data and a written explaination of this tutorial can be found on our website:
  • ilearn french - Disjunctive Pronouns Disjunctive pronouns with Madame Curnow
  • Bloopers - Scott's training video (disjunctive) My friend Scott putting in his best effort to create a training video.
  • Swarm Intelligence - Asymmetrical Warfare - Split Apart Swarm Similar to the other swarms, but will often split into two or more sub-swarms when being chased. Guerrilla swarm agents are controlled by disjunctive fuzzy controllers based on four sensors: 1) nearest wall, 2) nearest friend position, 3) nearest foe position, and 4) center of friend cluster. Soldier agents simply chase the nearest foe. (Music by Atom tha Immortal)
  • 21.01 Waw Disjunctive Part 1 21.01 Waw Disjunctive Part 1 See for better quality video and lots of free biblical Hebrew learning tools.
  • Food for Thought a video for my intro to film class. quite quirky. not for muffin lovers. below -- the group manifesto: Food For Thought -- a montage of the intersection between academia and cupcake dream-world -- reveals the colorful, imaginative place that exists within a student's thoughts. In playing with the compilation of shots set within a seemingly mundane, austere white room -- a markedly concrete physical place -- the mise en scene highlights the distinct spontaneity in one's mind -- a more abstract, uninhibited place. In this way, Food for Thought illustrates the wandering thoughts and imagination that overlap with the more structured process of studying economics models. The cupcake's characterized performance in the montage, developed through point of view shots that suggest its opposition to the student at the climax of the film, offers a sense of theatricality and whimsicality in the cinematography. The power of the montage in craft and structure compliments the film's thematic agenda -- to question and stretch the audience's ideas through disjunctive and cumulative comparison. Temporally, the narrative follows a linear trajectory, in which the story develops collectively from beginning to end. The music takes the audience on a journey parallel to the student's metamorphosis, evolving from a meditative classical piece, to a questioning drum beat and finally resolving with a whimsy jazz tune. The editing, in contrast, is often disjunctive. The narrow shots of the face-off ...
  • Logic Lecture: Symbolic Logic 1 Logic Playlist: Symbolic Logic Inference Modus Ponens Tollens Hypothetical Disjunctive Syllogism Conjunction
  • Adachi's Recital - 4. Piano Solo Mvt II Piano Solo Movement II (2005) This piece is in two distinct parts: the first part has a disjunctive, erratic feel that settles down into a flowing bass line and haunting melody. Piano Yuri McCoy Recorded by Jimlapbap
  • Big Time Operator Title Song with it's advertising prelude of David Schmidlapp's award winning experimental film, Big Time Operator. 1999. A film of chemistry and time; a disjunctive narrative of aging and corruption. Starring his actor - father, FL Schmidlapp. (Black Maria Jury's Citation, Big Muddy Festival Best Narrative, Williamsburg Film Festival's Audience Best Experimental.) The film was screened at Slam Dance Festival and broadcast twice on Reel New York, channel13 WNET.
  • Venn Diagrams for Two-Variable Boolean Logic Circuits The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily. Venn diagrams are a convenient way to illustrate the relations among disjunctive normal form minterms used in designing logic circuits. This Demonstration presents traditional Venn diagrams for two-variable Boolean logic circuits, with regions correspon... Contributed by: Lawrence J. Thaden After work by: WD Becher
  • Logic Lecture: Symbolic Logic 2 Logic Playlist: Truth Tables Symbolic Logic Inference Modus Hypothetical Disjunctive Syllogism
  • EL Hajj Malik EL-Shabazz - The Criminal Element? Bro Malcolm speaks on the injustice of the system. Under United States law, an element of a crime or element of an offense is one of the various facts (collectively, the elements of the offense) whose proof in the conjunctive (ie, all of whose proof) is a necessary condition for legal proof that a defendant has committed a given crime. (Some elements are phrased in the disjunctive, such that an element may be proven by proving any of multiple facts, but in such a situation the easy fact "[fact A] or [fact B] ... or [fact n]" becomes the element whose proof is among the necessary conditions for proof of the offense.) Before a court finds a defendant guilty of a criminal offense, the prosecution must present evidence that, even when opposed by any evidence the defense may choose to present, is credible and sufficient to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant committed each element of the particular crime charged. The component parts that make up any particular crime vary depending on the crime.
  • Asymptote In both its mathematical and figurative uses, the term "asymptote" describes a paradox: two elements, by nature incompatible, extend themselves nevertheless towards an infinite point at which their impossible contact can take place. The interactive installation Asymptote takes its point of departure from the narrative-essay On the Marionette Theater, written by Heinrich von Kleist in 1810. Although Kleist makes direct reference to the asymptote, his central allegory revolves around the similarly paradoxical relationship of the marionette and the marionettist, in which an object devoid of gravitational forces takes on the emotional weight of its operator, thus effectuating a transfer or translation between matter and the disjunctive imagination of the human subject. The operator's gravity-bound gestures are uplifted into a state of grace, described by Kleist as a sort of spiritual prosthesis. The central conduit of this transfer takes place through the wire that both connects and divides the two worlds. In the center of a darkened room: a small cylindrical pedestal. A series of thin wires connected to pulleys sit atop the cylinder, which in turn connect up to three computers lying in the cylinder chamber, and which are visible through the transparent glass of the top surface. The wires are tightly stretched and offer a force-feedback resistance when pulled. When the museum visitors pull these strings, a series of interactive video images projected onto the walls of the ...
  • DISCRETE MATHS -- PROPOSITIONAL LOGIC -. LECTURE 8. (1/2) DISCRETE MATHS -- PROPOSITIONAL LOGIC -. LECTURE 8. - Marzo. 30th - ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA DE INFORMÁTICA - PACO GÓMEZ Descripción: ***ytic tableaux. Simplifiable, developable, disjunctive and conjunctive formulae. Description of the construction of an ***ytic tableaux. Halting conditions. Obtaining the models from the tree. Determining whether a formula is tautology or contradiction. Examples.
  • Aids Wolf -Live September 2010 Aids Wolf, from Montreal,Canada perform live with footage from Pawtucket, Rhode Island, and Baltimore, Maryland. Shot in September 2010 on a Flip camera. AIDS Wolf is a Canadian noise rock band, who debuted on Pasalymany tapes but are currently on Skin Graft Records and Lovepump United. AIDS Wolf was birthed into the heady days of Montreal's millennial music scene. Yannick Desranleau (aka Hiroshima Thunder) and Chloe Lum began the band in 2003. Unlike most of the local units finding fame out in the world beyond Quebec, AIDS Wolf pushed an abrasive, unforgiving and rather unwieldy sound around North America in a battered van. AIDS Wolf has formalized its sound into a tight construction relying on intentional dissonance, polyrhythms and disjunctive compositional forms. The band takes its cues from "classic" New York No Wave, 90's Midwestern No Wave, vegan cooking, 70's proto-punk, Beefheartian modes, Ville-Marie school of white elephant architecture, Literature, , post-war continental modern composition and their unrivaled network of friends and acquaintances the world over. AIDS Wolf embraces the hate. If they can't draw you in, they will make you run away cursing and ***ing. Their songs speak to the terminally alienated, the relentlessly negative, the inherently repugnant.
  • Why do people laugh at evolutionist? (part2) THE THEORY OF EVOLUTION FAILS? WHEN we ask how life on Earth emerged, we find two different answers: One is that living things emerged by evolution. According to the theory of evolution, which makes this claim, life began with the first cell, which itself emerged by chance or by some hypothetical natural laws of "self-organization." Again as a result of chance and natural laws, this living cell developed and evolved, and by taking on different forms gave rise to the millions of species of life on Earth. The second answer is "Creation." All living things came into existence by being created by an intelligent Creator. When life and the millions of forms it takes, which could not possibly have come into existence by chance, were first created, they had the same complete, flawless, and superior design that they possess today. The fact that even the simplest-looking forms of life possess such complex structures and systems that could never have come about by chance and natural conditions is a clear proof of this. Outside these two alternatives, there is no third claim or hypothesis today regarding how life emerged. According to the rules of logic, if one answer to a question with two alternative possible answers is proved to be false, then the other must be true. This rule, one of the most fundamental in logic, is called disjunctive inference (modus tollendo ponens). In other words, if it is demonstrated that living species on Earth did not evolve by chance ...
  • SAINC"WAR STRESS" SAINC "SCHIZIS": 1 666 PHOBIA 2 SENECTUS 3 STRESSOR 4 BASEMENT DEMONS 5 DEPRESSION 6 FORBIDDEN PSYCHE 7 WAR STRESS 8 INSANE HUNTER 9 PRIMITIVE FEAR 10 DARKNESS TIME WAR STRESS The murderer Has been trained The war goes on I make peace By force and blood Bloody conflict In the name of goodness Religious dispute Extermination I catch innocents Hostages I torture quietly I torment Lack of self-control The defenceless are crying Hectoliters of blood War for peace Disjunctive victims I *** my conscience Orders In madness of insanity Invincible I catch innocents hostages I torture quietly I torment Mothers and children Genocide escape from deatch enslaved terrible Dreas whole blood the war is over nightmares I brought credit to my homeland Degraded Terrible dreams Whole blood The war is over Nightmares War conflict Warrior Murderer of innocents Honor Homeland service Bestiality Sick dreams distressed
  • Claude Debussy - String Quartet in G minor IV String Quartet, L. 85 (Op. 10), (1893) I. Animé et très décidé II. Assez vif et bien rythmé III. Andantino, doucement expressif IV. Très modéré -- Très mouvementé et avec passion Emerson String Quartet Debussy began work on the composition of his only string quartet in 1892. Little documentary evidence, save for one or two passing oblique references in letters to friends remains to indicate his rate of progress. The final movement, however, caused him no little trouble, and only in August 1893 did Debussy feel able to write to his colleague André Poniatowski that "I think I can finally show you the last movement of the quartet, which has made me really miserable!" Cast in the traditional four movements, Debussy's Quartet in G minor, Op. 10 has as its most distinctive feature its overarching preoccupation with timbre and sonority. The work as a whole offers a compendium of string-playing techniques, yet it also displays a concision of thought rare, perhaps, in a composition often regarded (along with the quartet by Ravel) as one of the seminal impressionist works in the string quartet genre. Its fascinating and readily palpable thematic concentration seems all the more remarkable when one realizes that the very first theme of the opening movement (Animé et très décidé) comes to furnish almost all of the diverse thematic components for the entire work. Another ingenious feature (possibly less immediately apparent to the listener at first hearing) is that the quartet is less ...
  • Preterist Rebuttal to Bobbo345 (Part 3) Isaiah 13:6, 9,10, 13, 20 read it in context-bobbo345 Isa 13:10 For the stars of heaven and the constellations thereof shall not give their light: the sun shall be darkened in his going forth, and the moon shall not cause her light to shine.Isa 13:1 The burden of Babylon, which Isaiah the son of Amoz did see. Jer 25:12 And it shall come to pass, when seventy years are accomplished, that I will punish the king of Babylon, and that nation, saith the LORD, for their iniquity, and the land of the Chaldeans, and will make it perpetual desolations. Isa 14:4 That thou shalt take up this proverb against the king of Babylon, and say, How hath the oppressor ceased! the golden city ceased! Isa 14:12 How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations! Isa 14:28 In the year that king Ahaz died was this burden. Isa 56:1 Thus saith the LORD, Keep ye judgment, and do justice: for my salvation is near to come, and my righteousness to be revealed.Rom 1:17 For therein is the righteousness of God revealed from faith to faith: as it is written, The just shall live by faith. Isa 56:1 Thus saith the LORD, Keep ye judgment, and do justice: for my salvation is near to come, and my righteousness to be revealed. Disjunctive Syllogism -700 years is not near, nor is 2700 near -Because 700 years is not near -Near does not mean near Or -2700 years is near Jer 51:33 For thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel; The ...
  • asynchronous, disjunctive sound This is a clip from Jean-Luc Godard's film PASSION that effectively demonstrates asynchronous, disjunctive sound editing as part of counter-cinema practices.
  • A Review of French pronouns with your French Teacher Learn by heart the order of the French disjunctive and object pronouns. The examples are easy to understand and short enough to be learned quickly. Uou have to know the structure or the next cloud will be a storm.
  • Disjunctive Words - InFith Hi. This is my first video in youtube. This is one of my own songs. My bands name is InFith. The drums and other guitar comes from GP5. Im using an Ibanez RG321MH and a ***ty V-amp2. Im sorry for the sound quality, but no can do... Leave comment (:
  • Watch Tv on The Computer Watching TV on a machine website is an disjunctive to the domestic telecasting. If you do not make cable or want to hear up on your favourite TV shows, the Internet can assist you. In constituent, TV stations around the humankind or experienced broadcasting shows are addressable. 1.Press the "Channels" unification. M***cript through the move. 2.Click on the steer such as "Perplexity." Select the "Shows" tab. 3.Scroll plumage to "Identify of Episodes" for "King Hitch*** Presents." The programme is lendable with "Runtime" and "Fresh Air Escort." Utter on the programme line. 4.Use the steal to vibrate over the opinion of the TV demonstrate. Matter "Increase Sort" to timepiece in high occlude property. Utter "Pop Out" to check in added window. Select "Subordinate Fluorescent" to neaten the panorama darker. To learn more about TV Computer, please visit:
  • Minimal Disjunctive Normal Form The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily. The truth table of ak -order Boolean function has 2^k rows. Its disjunctive normal form extracts all rows that return True. The prime implicants for these cases consolidate rules by introducing so-called "don't care" inputs that specify cases that do n... Contributed by: Michael Schreiber
  • Logic Lecture: Symbolic Logic 3 Logic Playlist: Truth Tables Symbolic Logic Inference Modus Ponens Tollens Hypothetical Disjunctive Syllogism Conjunction
  • The corner Editing assignment for editing class. use of flashbacks. disjunctive editing.
  • Philip Glass Buys a Loaf of Bread by David Ives Loyola University Chicago Theatre Dept. presents Philip Glass Buys a Loaf of Bread by David Ives, where the famous composer goes in to buy a loaf of bread and runs into his ex-lover with her new friend. A moment occurs between them and, in the style of Glass' real-life opera Einstein on the Beach, share ideas on lost time, lost love and Ives disjunctive view on Einstein's Theory of Relativity. ---TIME IS A MOMENT----TIME IS NOW--
  • Line Rider: Disjunctive Syllogism A short (:20) track I made over the summer and just added a foot stall to because I didn't feel it was good enough to finish/make into a full length track. I had fun anyway, and it's short enough you hopefully won't get bored. Enjoy =]
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  • Swarm Intelligence - Asymmetrical Warfare - Intelligent Swarm Guerrilla swarm agents are controlled by disjunctive fuzzy controllers based on four sensors: 1) nearest wall, 2) nearest friend position, 3) nearest foe position, and 4) center of friend cluster. Soldier agents simply chase the nearest foe. (Music by Atom tha Immortal)
  • Sack - sharding memory hash in perl Main design goal is to have interactive environment to query perl hashes which are bigger than memory on single machine. It implemented using TCP sockets between perl processes. This allows horizontal scalability both on multi-core machines as well as across the network to additional machines. Reading data into hash is done using any perl module which returns perl hash and supports offset and limit to select just subset of data (this is required to create disjunctive shards). Views are small perl snippets which are called for each record on each shard with $rec. Views create data in $out hash which is automatically merged in output. You can influence default shard merge by adding " +" (space plus) to name of your key to indicate that values should be summed after collecting them from from shards. source code: svn.rot13.org
  • Swarm Development This video shows the swarm at several different stages of intelligence. Beginning with a limited motion swarm, the agents learn to avoid the soldiers, until highly-mobile adaptive swarms emerge. Each stage is shown five times consecutively, with different random initializations, before moving onto the next stage. Guerrilla swarm agents are controlled by disjunctive fuzzy controllers based on four sensors: 1) nearest wall, 2) nearest friend position, 3) nearest foe position, and 4) center of friend cluster. Soldier agents simply chase the nearest foe. (Music by Atom tha Immortal)
  • William Leavitt: Theater Objects at MOCA Grand Avenue LA www.vernissage.tv | With "William Leavitt Theater Objects" the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles presents the first solo museum exhibition of the work of Los Angeles-based artist William Leavitt. More info: vernissage.tv The retrospective at MOCA Grand Avenue surveys William Leavitt's 40-year career and includes paintings, photographs, works on paper, performances, and installations from the late 1960s to the present. The works in the individual galleries are arranged around key mixed-media installations: Forest Sound (1970), Red Velvet Flame (1974), California Patio (1972), Manta Ray (1981), Planetarium Projector (1987), Warp Engines (2009), and Cutaway View (2008). William Leavitt was born in Washington, DC, in 1941. He is considered as an important figure among the first generation of Conceptual artists -- including Bas Jan Ader, Michael Asher, John Baldessari, Bruce Nauman, Allen Ruppersberg, Edward Ruscha, and William Wegman -- that emerged in Los Angeles during the late 1960s and 1970s. "A key figure associated with the emergence and foundations of conceptual art in Los Angeles during the late 1960s and 1970s, Leavitt is primarily concerned with narrative and its forms. His works employ fragments of popular and vernacular culture and modernist architecture to produce narratives that are simultaneously disjunctive and achingly familiar. The culture and atmosphere of Los Angeles has played a significant role in Leavitt's ongoing interest in 'the theater ...
  • Claude Debussy - String Quartet in G minor I String Quartet, L. 85 (Op. 10), (1893) I. Animé et très décidé II. Assez vif et bien rythmé III. Andantino, doucement expressif IV. Très modéré -- Très mouvementé et avec passion Emerson String Quartet Debussy began work on the composition of his only string quartet in 1892. Little documentary evidence, save for one or two passing oblique references in letters to friends remains to indicate his rate of progress. The final movement, however, caused him no little trouble, and only in August 1893 did Debussy feel able to write to his colleague André Poniatowski that "I think I can finally show you the last movement of the quartet, which has made me really miserable!" Cast in the traditional four movements, Debussy's Quartet in G minor, Op. 10 has as its most distinctive feature its overarching preoccupation with timbre and sonority. The work as a whole offers a compendium of string-playing techniques, yet it also displays a concision of thought rare, perhaps, in a composition often regarded (along with the quartet by Ravel) as one of the seminal impressionist works in the string quartet genre. Its fascinating and readily palpable thematic concentration seems all the more remarkable when one realizes that the very first theme of the opening movement (Animé et très décidé) comes to furnish almost all of the diverse thematic components for the entire work. Another ingenious feature (possibly less immediately apparent to the listener at first hearing) is that the quartet is less ...
  • Adam Pendleton, The Revival -excerpts from 2007 performance Musical Direction: Jason Moran, Alicia Hall Moran, Vaneese Thomas and Adam Pendleton. Testimonials by Jena Osman and Liam Gillick. Soloists: Renee Neufville, Vaneese Thomas and Clarissa Sinceno. The Revival fused together the disjunctive genres of Southern-style religious revivals (including a 30-person Gospel choir) and avant-garde language practices. Pendleton's 'sermon' , dream of an uncommon language, invoked the power of experimental language to subvert everyday discourse. Composed of unattributed fragments taken from sources such as activist and playwright Larry Kramer and the progressive poets John Ashbery and Paolo Javier, the work combined the manipulative force of a revival with radically secular language and rhetoric.
  • Logic Lecture: Symbolic Logic 9 Logic Playlist: logic, truth, tables, trees, modus ponens, tollens, hypothetical, disjunctive, syllogism, material implication, Conjunction elimination
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  • Claude Debussy - String Quartet in G minor III String Quartet, L. 85 (Op. 10), (1893) I. Animé et très décidé II. Assez vif et bien rythmé III. Andantino, doucement expressif IV. Très modéré -- Très mouvementé et avec passion Emerson String Quartet Debussy began work on the composition of his only string quartet in 1892. Little documentary evidence, save for one or two passing oblique references in letters to friends remains to indicate his rate of progress. The final movement, however, caused him no little trouble, and only in August 1893 did Debussy feel able to write to his colleague André Poniatowski that "I think I can finally show you the last movement of the quartet, which has made me really miserable!" Cast in the traditional four movements, Debussy's Quartet in G minor, Op. 10 has as its most distinctive feature its overarching preoccupation with timbre and sonority. The work as a whole offers a compendium of string-playing techniques, yet it also displays a concision of thought rare, perhaps, in a composition often regarded (along with the quartet by Ravel) as one of the seminal impressionist works in the string quartet genre. Its fascinating and readily palpable thematic concentration seems all the more remarkable when one realizes that the very first theme of the opening movement (Animé et très décidé) comes to furnish almost all of the diverse thematic components for the entire work. Another ingenious feature (possibly less immediately apparent to the listener at first hearing) is that the quartet is less ...